A loan of $950 helped to buy flour, cooking oil, rice, beverages, etc.

Jackson's story

Jackson W. N. is twenty-nine years old, married, and he and his wife have three children aged between ten and seven years. They hope to give them good education to the university level.

His business is located in a busy area known as Kinanie in Kitengela. He runs a restaurant in which he sells different types of food to the local people. He has been doing this business for five years now and has one employee. He says that this business is profitable and the major challenge he has is financial constraints. However, he works very hard to keep his business doing well.

He is using this loan of Kes 80,000 to buy more food items which include rice, flour, cooking oil, salt, beverages and others to grow his business and meet the demand by his customers. He hopes that in future he will be able to open a big restaurant in Kinanie. He describes himself as very hardworking, humble and jovial.

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