A loan of $475 helped to buy fruits and vegetables to sell to his customers.


James's story

James is 42 years old, and he and his life partner have three children. He lives in a suburb of Likoni, Kenya and has for the last 10 years earned a living by selling fruits and vegetables, including tomatoes, potatoes, hot peppers, carrots, onions, lettuce, bananas and cabbage. He buys these vegetables wholesale from nearby producers and sells them in retail markets. His business is profitable because he is able to turn over his inventory each day. James is requesting a loan for 40,000 KES to buy more products to sell and to insure that he always has items to offer to his customers. His goal is to make his business grow and reach financial solvency.



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