A loan of $2,725 helped a member to buy a projector for his TV show room to attract more peoples.

Reebok Group's story

Hussein, who is in age of late thirties, has got four boys who are in school. For a period of sixteen years now, he has been managing his life by running one main business of fruits. After started receiving loans, He decided to open a new business of TV room where he shows football matches especially Europe football leagues. Hussein employed one helper who runs his TV show room. With his fruits business, Hussein wakes up 06am from home and boards a bus to the fruits market where he finish selling at 11am. After that, he organize for the next day stocks ;like what fruits will be available and at what price, all issues ends up 04pm where he can board a bus back to his home. He is really working hard and make sure his boys improve items of education. He is able to make good monthly profit.

This is his fourth loan from Tujijenge Tanzania. He used the previous loans all of which has paid in full to open his TV show room business. He earned a profit which he used to buy a sofa set, home TV, fridge and paid for school fees and home food expenses. In the coming years, Hussein would like to be a successfully man managing a company. He will use this new loan to buy a projector for his TV show room to attract more people.

Hussein will share this loan with his loan group” Reebok” which totals ten nine members. The members of the group will hold each other accountable for paying back the loan.

In this group: Hussein, Matagiri, Mathew, Tano, Abasi, Mohamed, Ali, Kimwisho*, Peter, Rajabu
*not pictured

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