She runs a cafeteria so as to raise her children. She has operated the business for over ten years and has employed five people.
She also owns rental houses that earn her extra income.
Previously, she used to sells clothes.
Jane hopes to expand her business in the future and get enough income to build an apartment. She has requested 100,000 KES to buy ingredients such as maize flour, beans and cooking fat.
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