A loan of $575 helped to buy more food to sell in her store.


Agnes's story

Agnes, 58, is married and the mother of six children who are all in school. For the past eight years she has run a store. She started it with her own money which she had saved from her previous work. Little by little she has invested in her store. She says that business has been going very well. She makes a profit every day and has regular customers.


Agnes is applying for a 50,000 KES loan from Yehu to buy rice, sugar, beans, soap, beverages and bags of wheat flour with the objective of adding more products to her inventory. She hopes to increase sales and so make more in profits.



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