Susan has a retail shop that she has been operating for the past five years. She is 45 years old and married to Ben, and they have two children, aged 14 and 6 years. Her business has been profitable, enabling her to provide for the needs of her family.
This will be her third loan term. She plans to use the amount borrowed to buy more stock of sugar, rice, maize and wheat flour, as well as detergents and bars of soap. She expects to make more income, with which she will buy more retail goods for her inventory, again.
Susan hopes to grow her business and make more income, so as to open a supermarket.
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