A loan of $600 helped to complete his house.

Moses's story

Moses is a first-time borrower with this institution. He applied for a loan of three million shillings, but only one million five hundred thousand shillings was approved.

The purpose of this loan is to put a roof on his house, which is currently under construction. He will also use part of it for his fish vending business. Moses buys fish from fish mongers who operate in the nearby bodies of water. He then sells them to markets and individuals. Moses has done this business for the last three years and has been able to purchase a plot of land on which he is constructing a house. However, Moses has problems with the fluctuating prices for fish, unreliable weather patterns, which affect the availability of fish, and limited capital, which hinders him from buying enough fish to sell. This is why he is applying for a loan. Moses dreams that with this loan, he will be able to put a roof on his house and stop renting, which is too costly for him.

The picture shows Moses holding one of the fish he sells.

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