A loan of $500 helped to buy charcoal bags and build a shelter to cover the firewood.


Rose's story

Rose is a married woman. She has seven children with all currently enrolled in school. Her husband works as a mechanic. Rose operates a business selling charcoal, maize and firewood and sells her goods from home. She's worked in this business for three years and her primary customers are cafes and neighbors. She owns a house that has piped water but no electricity. She describes her greatest business challenges to be transportation and seasonality and her largest monthly expense is school fees.

Rose will use the Kes 50,000 loan to buy charcoal bags and build a shelter to cover the firewood. Rose aspires to earn enough capital to open a poultry business in the future. She joined Yehu because of their low interest rates and membership fees compared to other organizations.



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