A loan helped a member to purchase antibiotics, serums, and anti-inflammatories.

Maendelo Ii Group's story

Chirhuza is a businessman. He and his wife mutually support one another. A member of the 'banc villageois’ called Maendelo II, he is a client of the microfinance institution Hekima. He is 46 years old and the father of six children, of whom five go to school, and one is still very young.

Chirhuza has been a vendor of a variety of modern medicines at a pharmacy in town, for four years. He began his business with funds from his salary, when he was a nurse. He is going to purchase some antibiotics, serums, and anti-inflammatories. His wish is to grow his business and provide schooling and food for his children. In conclusion, he thanks Hekima for its support of unbanked. entrepreneurs.

In this group: Masika, Chirhuza, Mbayu, Nono, Lalia, Vangheni

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Daniel Kuey.

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