A loan of $1,200 helped a member to buy ladies' handbags, clothes, and ladies' and men's footwear.


Blondy Group's story

Emely is a 30 year-old married woman. She lives in Gokwe, Nembudziya, with her husband and her two children, ages 10 and 7. Both attend school. She receives other income from her husband, who works for Gokwe Rural District council as the C.E.O. Emely sells clothing and footwear at the local shopping center. She has done this for 6 years and has three employees. She has been granted a loan by Microking Finance, which she used to purchase stock for her stall in the flea market. The business is affected by lack of finances, making it difficult for her to buy a variety of products at the right time for her clients. She, however, sees herself operating a retail shop and a boutique in the next five years, if all goes well. This will also allow her to purchase more goods for reselling, and will, thereby, increase her disposable income.

In this group: Emely, Samson, Patricia
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