A loan of $425 helped to buy more flour, rice, paraffin, and other fast selling products.


Japhet's story

Japhet is a 34-year-old single man who operates a kiosk. It has been active for the last year and selling to the neighborhood. Japhet is dedicated to his business and he is struggling to achieve his dream of opening a retail shop in the future. His business has run out of stock and he plans to increase his inventory, so he has requested a loan of KSH 35,000 to add stock of flour, rice, paraffin, and other fast-selling products. Japhet lives in his own house in the village of Kaloleni, in the coastal region of Kenya. He hopes to repay his loan on time and request more loans to invest in his business. By doing this, he will be in a better position to progress in life.



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