A loan of $1,200 helped to buy household items to sell in his store.

Anderson's story

Anderson is a 38-year-old married man. He has five children, ranging from six to 18 years old. He describes himself as an honest and aggressive man in his work. Anderson operates a retail store, where he sells household items such as sugar, salt, sodas, flour, cereals, and sweets. He has been involved in this business for three years. His store is located in a viable environment, and his primary customers are masons and local residents.

Not only does Anderson sell household items, but he also sells trees for the construction of houses. He says his biggest business challenge is a shortage of household items to sell. He will use the Kes 100,000 loan to purchase household items for resale. Previously, Anderson took out three loans, which he has repaid. His business goal is to register his retail business so as to grow his sales within the next five years. He hopes that in the future, he will have helped to improve the living standard of his customers.

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