Progress Tubombeshe Group

Kafue, Zambia, Zambia

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Progress Tubombeshe Group needed £1962.84 for their business.

Amount Requested

Amount requested:

£1962.84

Repayment term

Repayment term:

6 Months

Activity type

Activity type:

Retail - general household items

MFI Partner

MFI partner:

Microloan Foundation Zambia

The Progress Tubombeshe group of Zambia has a membership of 11 women aged between 30 and 60. Some of the women in this group are married whilst others are divorced and some single. The women of this group look after a total of 70 children, most of whom are in school. They are also responsible for the welfare of 8 school going orphans. The women of Progress Tubombeshe Group run small scale businesses with the aim of reducing poverty levels in their families and being able to send their children to school. They sell goods like salaula (second hand clothes), and vegetables to earn a living and some of them raise chickens. Most of their customers come from the surrounding neighbourhoods.
Jessy Chulu is 60 years old and a member of this group. She is married and has six children who are in school. She runs a stall selling salaula (second hand clothes) bedding and mosquito nets. She runs her business from her house. She started her business with the hope of being able to be financially stable and to be able to put her children through school. She is requesting this loan to order more stocks of bed sheets, mosquito nets and comforters. She is grateful to be able to contribute positively to the financial well-being of her family.

loan added: 10 April 2018

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Progress Tubombeshe Group's loan Repayment schedule

Date Expected repayments Actual repayments
April 2018 £178.44 --
May 2018 £297.40 --
June 2018 £297.40 --
July 2018 £297.40 --
August 2018 £297.40 --
September 2018 £297.40 --


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