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Rosemary Waithira Mwangi

Rosemary Waithira Mwangi

Member: Rosemary Waithira Mwangi

Business: beauty shop

Loan:1st - Kshs.20,000.00; 2nd - Kshs. 10,000.00; 3rd- Kshs. 30,000.00

Rosemary Waithira Mwangi owns a beauty shop in Kariobangi North Market, Nairobi. She succeeded to expand her shop with microfinance loan of TFEDI. Before she obtained loans from the microfinance programme, Rosemary had struggled from lack of capital to expand her business.

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Doroas Muhila

Doroas Muhila

Member: Doroas Muhila

Business: Mobile cloth-selling

Loans: 1st - Kshs.10,000.00; 2nd - Kshs.15,000.00

Doroas Muhila received Kshs. 10,000.00 through TFEDI’s microfinance programme. After completing repayment of the first loan, she has attained one more loan from TFEDI of Kshs. 15,000.00.

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Margaret Kathini Mamumuge

Margaret Kathini MamumugeMember: Margaret Kathini Mamumuge

Business: Tailoring shop
Loan: 1st - 10,000.00; 2nd- 12,000.00

Margaret Kathini Mamumuge owns a tailoring shop in Kariobangi South Market, Nairobi. Her motivation to apply to TFEDI’s loan was to buy machines for a tailor-training school which Margaret is working on since 1995.

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Margaret Wanjiku

 Margaret Wanjiku Member: Margaret Wanjiku

Business: Small Restaurant

Loan: 1st - Kshs.5,000.00; 2nd - Kshs.5,000.00; 3rd - Kshs.5,000.00

Margaret Wanjiku has applied to TFEDI’s microfinance programme to financially assist her family.

Margaret has owned her small restaurant which is called ‘hotel’ locally, in John Saga, Nairobi, before she borrowed loan from TFEDI. She could afford to sustain her own life without expanding her business.

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Nancy Wambu

Nancy Wambu

Member: Nancy Wambu

Business: Mobile cloth-selling

Loan: 1st, 5,000.00; 2nd, 10,000.00.

Nancy Wambu has attained loans twice from TFEDI’s microfinance programme, with complete repayment.
Nancy has three children as a single mother. Needless to say, she has to deal with both mother’s and father’s jobs for her kids. The thirty-year-old single mother had worked as mobile cloth-seller in Eastleagh, Nairobi.

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Mariam Hassan

Mariam Hassan

Member: Mariam Hassan

Business: Mobile beauty-selling

Loans:1st - 5,000.00; 2nd - 10,000.00, 3rd - 12,000.00

Mariam Hassan started her own business with TFEDI’s microfinance programme. When she was married, Mariam’s most concern was her children’s education like other mothers.

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Elizabeth Warinya

Elizabeth Warinya

Member: Elizabeth Warinya

Business: Retail shops, Hair salon, Charcoal selling

Loan: Kshs.40,000.

Elizabeth Warinya achieved 40,000 Kshs loan from TFEDI. When she attained the loan, Elizabeth already owned a retail shop, a hair salon, and charcoal selling. The twenty-seven-year woman is one of the most successful women in her community.

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Mercy Mbithe

Mercy Mbithe

Member: Mercy Mbithe

Business: small restaurant

Loans:1st, 5,000.00; 2nd, 10,000.00

Mercy Mbithe successfully owns her own small restaurant with TFEDI’s microfinance programme. Before she achieved the loan, her restaurant was just a food stand selling only chips (French fries). The twenty-six-year woman expanded her business with the capital. The plan succeeded very well.

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Veronica Mujeni

Veronica Mujeni

Member: Veronica Mujeni

Business: Mango selling and charcoal selling

Loan: 10,000.00

Veronica Mujeni owns a shop to sell mangos and charcoals. Her business is boosted by TFEDI’s microfinance programme. Veronica had a mango shop before achieving the loan. With the microfinance programme, she started charcoal selling next to mango shop.

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