A loan of $3,600 helped a member to buy more Madiras (a type of Muslim dresses) for resale.

Furaha -Chanika Group's story

Ngoi, who is in her late 30s, is married and has three children, who are still going to school. She has been running two types of businesses--selling cosmetics and Madiras (a type of Muslim dresses). She has been in these businesses for two years. She works from 10 AM to 6 PM daily and is able to make a small monthly profit. This will be Ngoi's second loan from Tujijenge Tanzania. She used the previous loan to started selling cosmetics, and to buy more Madiras to sell, and she has repaid her loan successfully. She used the profit to contribute to the cost of buying food, to continue building her house, and to cover household expenses. She will use this loan to buy more Madiras to resell. Her dream is to become an international businesswoman. Ngoi will share this loan with the Furaha-Chanika Loan Group, which consists of 11 members who will hold each other accountable for paying back the loan.

In this group: Ngoi, Kibibi, Fatuma, Latifa, Mwanvita, Mazoea, Fatuma, Hidaya, Zainabu, Tumaini, Zena

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