A loan of $250 helped to purchase more merchandise such as sugar, rice, flour, and oil.


Weta's story

Weta began his sales with very little capital. In the beginning, he bought only sacks of potatoes and with those earnings he began building up a bit of capital. Today, after many years of sacrifice, he owns one of the best stocked pantries in the area.

Weta has requested a loan of KES 20,000, which he will invest in the purchase of more merchandise such as sugar, rice, flour, and oil. In the future, he wishes to construct a store for the merchandise that he sells. He is thinking of becoming a provider to the smaller stores in the region.

With this loan, he will be able to generate more earnings and save for the construction of his store.



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