Quinnton needed £1015.38 for their business.
Travelling has become a way of life to Melody Manase of the Quinnton Group. Melody is a 53 year old mother of 2 children. She lives in Budiriro, Harare along with her fellow group member. The group’s solidarity is highly cemented because they share the same experiences in their businesses and they attend the same church. Melody helps her husband who is a carpenter with the upkeep of their family. Melody travels to South Africa and Zambia from Zimbabwe on a monthly basis to ensure that her clients have the latest fashion and furniture. Melody operates from home and delivers clothing for men, women and children and some furniture to people who give her orders. She restocks televisions, fridges and sofas, Melody is very popular in Budiriro as she supplies quality products. The Quinnton group is taking their second loan from Thrive. Their businesses have tremendously improved as an indication of good loan management. Melody has applied for a loan and she hopes to restock winter clothing from South Africa with her portion. She will repay in 6 months.
Please note that Zimbabwe is at present going through a severe economic recession and that there is an additional risk that some of the loans might be delayed or defaulted.
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loan added: 02 June 2017
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