A loan of $3,300 helped a member to restock the out-of-stock items in the shop inventory.


Mbayuwayu Group's story

Obed, who in in his mid 40s, is married and has four children, and all of them are still at school.

He has been running a retail shop, selling food items for three years now. He works from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily and is able to make a very good monthly profit.

This will be Obed's fifth loan from Tujijenge Tanzania. He used the previous loans to increase the shop inventory. At first, he had small capital, so the shop had very few items, but as he was taking more loans, he was increasing the stock inventory. He is happy with the loan because the shop has grown more. He has paid back all his loans successfully.

He will use this loan to restock the out-of-stock items in the shop inventory -- things like sugar, rice, beans, cooking oil, packets of salt, maize flour, etc. He dreams to shop more business items in future.

He will share this loan with her loan group "Mbayuwayu," which totals 11 members. The members of the group will hold each other accountable for paying back the loan.

In this group: Obed, Muhidini, Scolastica, Mohamed, Antipas, Kamilius, Jafari, Charles, David, Saidi, Ally



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