Kudakwashe Group needed £433.80 for their business.
Babra Kambani is an entrepreneur living near Mutonda, in northern Zimbabwe. This loan will allow her to travel to market places where there is high demand for the dried kapenta (fish) she sells. She formed Kudakwashe group, along with four other women, to help her grow her business and provide for her family. Babra’s husband works as a builder, but work is unpredictable meaning that his income fluctuates. This makes it difficult for the Kambani family, who have two young children and school fees to pay. Babra was not able to complete her education as her parents did not have the money to be able to afford it. She would love to be able to re-enrol in school so that she can complete her secondary education and is determined that history will not repeat itself for her children. With MicroLoan’s support, Babra hopes to grow her business so that both she and her two children can complete their education. The Kudakwashe group is formed of five women who are looking to borrow a total of $560. Using the training provided by MicroLoan Foundation, they want to invest this into their businesses so that they can increase their profits and provide for their families.
loan added: 16 April 2018
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