A loan of $4,050 helped a member to restock more grocery drinks and expand her business by selling bites like fried chicken, roast meat, and chips.


Kijichi Group's story

Martina, who is in her late 20s, is single with a daughter who is in school. For one year now, she has been running a grocery business offering drinks like water, beers, spirits, soda, juice, etc. Martina, one year before her business started-up, was employed in someone's grocery where she saved some money to start her own. She is also looking forward to expanding her business by selling bites like fried chickens, roast meat, and chips. She starts working from 11 a.m. to mid-night daily and is able to make a very good return per month. This will be her first loan request from Tujijenge Tanzania, which she will use to restock more grocery drinks and expand her business by selling bites like fried chicken, roast meat, and chips. Martina dreams that one day she will be able to open a big grocery(Bar). She will share this loan with her loan group, Kijichi. which totals five members. The members of the group will hold each other accountable for paying back the loan.

In this group: Martina, Nives, Martha, Jesca, Regina
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