Power Group needed £542.25 for their business.
Rutendo Gezani is an entrepreneur in Power group, running a business selling kitchenware. This money will allow her to travel and sell her kitchenware in a more affluent part of town where she can increase her profit margins. Rutendo is 23 years old and lives with her electrician husband and their two children, aged 4 and 7, who both go to Nyamande Primary School. Education is really important to Rutendo and one of the things she would like to use her business income for is to retake her exams. She is determined that her children will get a good education and pass all their exams so that they can get a good job in the future, and wants them to be able to look up to her as an example. The five women in Power group joined MicroLoan Foundation in order to access the training, loans and support they need to grow their businesses. As their businesses grow, their profits will increase and they will be able to provide for their families.
loan added: 16 April 2018
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