A loan of $575 helped to buy more products like soft drinks, basic grains, flour, and instant goods.


Kache's story

Kache, 44, is a married mother of three children. She lives with her family in a village belonging to the town of Tiribe. Kache has had her own grocery store for over 10 years where she sells basic household goods like rice, sugar, salt, coffee, bread, etc. She wants to increase stock in her grocery store in order to increase sales and income. She’s asking for a 50,000 KES loan which will be her sixth loan with Yehu. She’ll use it to buy more products like soft drinks, basic grains, flour, and instant goods to stock her store. Her goal is to expand the business and use profits to do home improvements.



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