A loan of $275 helped to expand her store's inventory by purchasing additional grocery products (e.g., tin fish, evaporated milk, cocoa powder, soft drinks, bottled water, etc.).

Rose's story

Rose is a married mother, and she has five children, all of whom attend school. She has been selling grocery products in her community for the past four years.

She is seeking a loan because she wants to increase her inventory; specifically, she plans to buy more products such as diapers, sanitary pads, soap, tin fish, evaporated milk, cocoa powder, crates of soft drinks, and bottled water.

She is a member of the group called “Eye Yehowa” (meaning, "it is God"). Group members agree in principle to guarantee each other as social collateral to repay their respective loans.

Loan details

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Loan details