A loan of $375 helped to buy more coconuts to sell at the market.


Hassan's story

Hassan, 38, lives in a common-law union with his wife; he has 3 children. He lives with his wife in a community in Mwambalazi, Coast Province. Hassan works in agriculture, growing vegetables and basic grains.

In order to generate additional income, 3 years ago he started a coconut-selling business. He sells at the market. Hassan’s wife helps him take care of the farm as a way of helping to contribute towards the family economy.

In order to better stock his business, he’s requested a 30,000 KES loan to buy more coconuts to sell.

He hopes his children will attend a good school. and that he can move his family ahead as the business grows.



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