Micro-loans for 45 women in South Sudan


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Expanding The Businesses

By a female, 31-45 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Expanding the businesses I am happy with Joice a community social worker, who linked us to a certain micro-finance in town. We are group of 10 women, our business were failing due to lack of money. But when Joice come om our way. He trained us on business management. Because most of us new nothing about managing businesses. But after training we received a loan, we were taught to keep some profit for our business. Now the, women here improved and enjoying the business they never used to enjoy. Read more.
Related to project keywords: micro-finance, way, new, training, businesses

Financial Strength

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Kakamega South, Kenya
Map of FINANCIAL STRENGTH The Salama Women Group had grown financially and economically,since their last group was funded by the Women Enterprise Fund has seen the group venture into successfull businesses,and since the group had a good credit history they were able to top up their loans,so as to expand their different businesses.The group is a good success story of the women entrerprise fund. Read more.
Related to project keywords: funded, women, loans, financial, seen

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Gail Peay

Greenville, SC United States

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