A loan of $625 helped to open a vegetable stall.


Fatuma's story

Fatuma is a married woman. She has two children and one of them is enrolled in school. Her husband works as a teacher. Fatuma operates a shop and sells her goods in a shop. She's worked in this business for two years and was previously employed selling soaps. Her primary customers are neighbors. Fatuma's other source of income includes contributions from her husband. She describes her greatest business challenge to be the high cost of products and her highest monthly expenses are food and transport. She owns a house that has neither electricity nor piped water. Fatuma will use the KES 50,000 loan to expand her business and open a vegetable stall. Fatuma aspires to open a new business in Kwale town in the future. She joined Yehu because it's easy to join.



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