A loan of $625 helped to buy more fabric, handbags and ready-made clothes.

Daisy Jepkosgei's story

Daisy is a 39-year-old woman. She is a married to an accountant and together they are blessed with four children, two sons and two daughters.

Previously she was employed in a firm where she was getting her monthly salary, but then she decided to increase her income by engaging herself in a retail store activity. For the past three years to date, she has been selling clothes and handbags in Nairobi along a busy street. Her primary customers are ladies.

She has taken out two previous loans and has been able to pay them back well. She is facing a business environment of insufficient funds to increase her stock and therefore she is requesting a loan of Kes 50,000 to buy fabric, handbags and ready-made clothes to sell, so that she can meet her customers' high demands.

Daisy anticipates a profit, which she plans to use to pay for a permanent stall in the town. This will cut the monthly costs for rent in her current area of operation. She also plans to increase her stock turnover to over a million a month. Daisy is an aggresive, innovative and God fearing woman.

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