A loan of $1,150 helped to pay for stocks of sugar, wheat flour, rice, and other items.


Elizabeth's story

Elizabeth is 30 years old, married, and supports a family of three. She runs a home products wholesale business in the Kaptumo trading center. This has been her income-generating business for the last ten years. From this business, she gets an average profit of KES 30,000 a month, which has enabled her to educate her children, meet her family's financial needs, and expand her business, as well as support some of the members of her community. Elizabeth has borrowed a loan of KES 100,000 for a period of 14 months. With this loan, she intends to use the money to pay for the stock that had been supplied to her (e.g., ten bags of sugar, 15 bales of wheat flour, five bags of rice, among other items). She anticipates getting more profits from the business and she intends to use them to pay fees for her children, expand her business, and help members of her extended family. Elizabeth's hope and dream is to have a successful life.



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