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Drary is a 45 year old businesswoman living in Juba. She is married and has five school-aged children between the ages of six and 15.
Drary runs a general store that has been in business for 5 years. Despite having no employees, in 5 years Drary would like to expand her business. She will use the loan to purchase flour and many other ingredients for her food products. This is her only source of income. She needs to overcome the challenge of high prices in the market.
While married and caring for a son, José’s searched through various businesses looking for economic stability. Currently, he’s selling popcorn and other sweets from a little cart that’s in pretty bad shape. However, he does not have sufficient capital to repair it. His lack of finance is why José is looking for financing to repair his popcorn cart. He wants to offer his customers better quality products.
Also, with an attractively repaired cart, his business would likely improve and lead to a considerable increase in customers. His dream of moving his family forward, offering them an improved quality of life and better economic opportunities for progress.
Frances is 42 years-old, living in the Airport Community. With a 9th-grade education, she is married with children between 10 to 22-years old. Currently, both children are living with her and going to school. For the past ten years, she has sold used clothes in the market. However, the rainy season presents a problem for her.
Because it provides for her needs, Frances likes her business. She requested a loan to purchase used clothes for her business. She plans is to send her children to college and build a house.