A loan of $300 helped to purchase groceries such as tomatoes, potatoes, and bananas.


Asha's story

Asha is 43 and very capable of managing her own business in the village of Gopha. She has a small place allotted in their market where she sells different kinds of groceries. She has been engaged in her business for one year and earns approximately KES 8,000 per month for this activity. At present, she is requesting a loan of KES 25,000 to purchase groceries such as tomatoes, potatoes, and bananas. She hopes for additional income in order to save as a reserve for future emergencies as well as to develop her business. Asha is the mother of four school-going children.



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