A loan of $625 helped to expand the business by buying pipes.

Yasin's story

Yasin is a married man. He has two children and one is enrolled in school. His wife works as a business woman. He owns a house that has electricity but no piped water.

Yasin operates a water selling kiosk. He has worked in this business for one year. His primary customers are neighbors. Yasin's other source of income is his wife's earnings.

He describes his greatest business challenges as high transportation costs and poor transport infrastructure. His highest monthly expense is school fees.

Yasin will use the KES 50,000 loan to expand the business by buying pipes. Yasin aspires to be self-dependent and make more profits in the future. He joined Yehu to get financial advancements.

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