A loan of $2,000 helped a member to buy electrical gadgets and clothes to resell in her shop.

Jerusalem Group's story

Sekai lives in Mutare and is 42 years old. She is a widow and mother of three children, two of whom are attending school. Sekai runs a retail business and sells electrical gadgets and clothes. The business has been in operation for eight years. She imports her goods from South Africa, and the main challenge she faces is high customs duty at the border post.

Sekai has requested a loan of $400 to purchase clothes and electrical gadgets for her shop. With the extra income generated from her business, Sekai wishes to renovate her house. Sekai plans to have her own shop, instead of renting, in the future.

In this group: Tamary, Sekai, Judith, Patricia, Siliwaziso
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