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A loan of $1,600 helped a member to stock groceries and buy a chip fryer.

Gungano Group's story

Kudakwashe is 25 years old and single, but looking after three dependents. He lives in Gweru and sells groceries and fast foods in the same area. He has been operating this business for the past four years. Kudakwashe is applying for a loan of $400 which he will use to buy groceries and a chip fryer, as he is currently unable to meet demand with his current capital resources.

He is facing the working capital challenges as well as being unable to meet demand. He used to borrow from his community and once got a loan from Microking which he paid well. Kudakwashe hopes that getting this loan will enable him to get enough income to look after his dependents as well as upgrading his standard of life.

In this group: Kudakwashe , Margaret, Chipiwa, Loice

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