A loan of $1,300 helped to buy grocery stock such as maize, beans, rice and cooking fat.


Furaha's story

Furaha lives in the Likoni area of Coast Province, Kenya. She is married and has two school going children. She owns a grocery shop, a business which she has been running for twelve years. Her business sells foodstuff like maize, beans, rice and cooking fat. Furaha learnt about Milango through friends who invited her to the group and she joined with the aim of accessing credit to improve her business operations. Her main challenge is inflation. Furaha is applying for a loan of 107,300 Kenya shillings to buy grocery stock like maize, beans, rice and cooking fat. The extra income from the loan will be added to her savings to improve the living standard of her family, set up other types of businesses and pay school fees for her children. She aspires to open a mini wholesale.


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