A loan of $2,500 helped a member to buy jewelry and suits to offer for sale.


Busy Fingers Group's story

Ndaizivei, age 35, sells suits, costumes, jewelry, and shirts. She operates her business from her home and has been engaged in her business for three years. The challenge she faces is that sometimes business is slow and some of her debtors fail to pay on time. She is also involved in group activities with her lending group, whose members save and lend each other money. She is married and has two children, ages three and eight. Her husband is a teacher at a local school.

In the next five years, she wants to open a boutique in town. With the proceeds expected to result from the loan, she hopes to be able to send her children to better schools.

In this group: Ndaizivei, Sibongile, Eveline, Saratiel, Iza, Tendai, Tendai, Ratidzo, Machivei, Emedia



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