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A loan of $950 helped to buy items like soda, wheat, sugar, rice, and other household items.

Peter Stephen's story

Peter is a 35-year-old father of 4 children, 3 of whom attend school. He knew about Finance Sudan through staff marketing. He is a businessman who operates a merchandise shop. In his shop he sells different types of household goods, like salt, sugar, rice, soda, water, powdered milk, and many other items. He has been in this business for about 7 years now and has one employee.

Peter is borrowing a loan, worth 3,000 South Sudanese Pounds, to enable him to buy more stock for his shop. He will repay the loan through the business profits. The loan will also enable him to pay school fees, medical fees, and food for his family.

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