Kisa Kya Mukamama Group
Annet operates a small restaurant along the Northern bypass where she earns a living for her family. She started this job in 1996 as supplement to the husband’s income before he passed on. Annet’s major clients are boda boda (a cycle equipped with a passenger seat) cyclists, builders and passers by along the road.
Her dream is to see her children successfully finishing school and getting good jobs.
Her major challenge is lack of capital which slows down the growth of her business. This does not only affect her business but also her family’s standard of living since she’s now the family bread winner.
Annet is very hardworking, social and honest. She will use the loan to buy utensils and food items for her restaurant in order to earn enough income to support her family and educate her children up to higher institutions of learning.The eleventh member at the back(second from the right) in the picture is the Ugafode Credit officer.
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