A loan of $4,100 helped a member to buy essential, generic medicine (paracetamol, antibiotics, aspirin, anti-malarial, anti-diarrheal, ointment, medicine containing glucose, etc.).


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The client, leader of the "Heri ya Mungu" business group, is an entrepreneur. She is 34 years old, married, and mother of six young children, who are all in school. Her husband is a State official.

She is a part-owner of a pharmacy. She started this business when she retired from a private clinic. She has been performing little revenue-generating activities like this for four years now. Meanwhile, she just received her third loan from Hekima.

This new loan will allow her to stock up on boxes of essential, generic medicine (paracetamol, antibiotics, aspirin, anti-malarial, anti-diarrheal, ointments, medicine containing glucose, etc.). She also hopes to open her own clinic and see her children grow up comfortably. The client would like to thank Hekima for helping poor women who do not have access to classic banking. It should be noted that some of the clients are carrying their babies.

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Holden Ferry



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