A loan of $500 helped to open a café and buy a bundle of wheat flour, maize flour and sugar.


Christine's story

Christine is a married woman. She has six children and two are enrolled in school. Her husband's name is Kesi and he works as a cook. She owns a house that has neither electricity nor piped water.

Christine operates a vegetable kiosk and sells her goods at the market. She has worked in this business for four years. Her primary customers are passersby. Christine’s other source of income includes her husband's income. She describes her greatest business challenge as competition and her highest monthly expense is food.

Christine will use the KES 40,000 loan to open a café and buy a bundle of wheat flour, maize flour and sugar. Christine aspires to own a big shop and offer employment in the future. She joined Yehu to access capital to boost her business.



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