A loan of $1,850 helped to grow her mobile money business to service more customers in her community who need financial services.

Pamela's story

Pamela is 27 years old, and she enjoys being able to provide for her two nieces and nephew from the profits she earns operating her Zoona mobile money outlet. Right now she is able to pay for the children’s school fees and other basic necessities, which she is thankful for.

Pamela’s first loan allowed her to add to her working capital and open an additional outlet in the town of Mazabuka, which is located in the southern province of Zambia. Now, Pamela is requesting another loan to help her add working capital float (the money used to serve customers) for her outlet in Mazabuka. The additional capital will allow her to serve more customers in need of financial services and bring her additional revenue.

Pamela is working hard to grow her existing outlets so she can continue to open new ones and earn more income while providing her community with needed financial services.

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