A loan of $1,200 helped a member to buy cellphones and accessories.


Urban Traders Group's story

Rosemary is a single lady aged 39 .She has two children aged 15 and 19. She lives in Kwekwe Urban with two other dependants who are orphans. Both her children and the two dependants attend school in Kwekwe.
Rosemary buys and sells cellphones and accessories in a rented shop in Kwekwe. She has two employees who assist her in selling her products. She has operated her business for the past five years. The major drawbacks in the business are high competition, seasonal sales fluctuations, and high rentals which end up eating away all the profits realized from the sale of her products.
Rosemary sees her business growing to a larger scale in the next five years so she will need a very big place to put and display her products. If the business grows, then she will be in a position to send her children and other dependants to better schools that offer quality education. She will also build her own house and shop and stop paying excessive rentals.

In this group: Rosemary, Caroline, Ebron



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