A loan helped a member to buy speakers, solar panels, suits, t-shirts and blankets for resale.

Mupopo Group's story

This is 33-year-old Rebecca from Mutare, the capital of Manicaland province in Zimbabwe. She is married with two children who are both attending school. She also cares for one dependent.

Rebecca runs a flea market business selling clothes from South Africa, solar panels, radios and footwear at her flea market. The business has been in operation for 16 years. She says the main challenge being faced is the change of seasons causing them to change products to deal with and to suit the market demand.

Rebecca has requested a loan of $500 to buy speakers, solar panels, suits, t-shirts and blankets. She says the extra income generated as a result of this loan will allow her to continue in her business as it always boosts her business. In the future, Rebecca plans to have more flea markets and employ more workers. She is the member of Mupopo Group.

In this group: Everjoyce, Maritah, Nullia, Rebecca

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