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A loan of $250 helped to buy more stock of baking flour and powder for bacing more bread for selling.

Margret Angua's story

Margret Angua is 30 years old and married with three children, two of whom are attending school. She has been in this business for more than eight years and is the sole owner and worker in the business. The demand for bread for breakfast and baking flour by chapati makers makes her business very popular. With increasing customers, both small restaurants and residential consumers, she is likely to make more gains. Margret Angua has completed the third cycle with finance (SS) and repaid very well. Continuous funding is more likely to help her expand her business and be able to pay for her children's school fees.

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