Computer bureau and stationary shop

Emmanuel Khayo

Mombasa, Kenya

100% repaid

Entrepreneur

Name

Emmanuel Khayo

Member since

June 2014

On-time repayments

113 installments  •  68%

About Me

I am Emmanuel Okoko Khayo, Kenyan citizen by birth, the sixth born in a family of 13. I am 33 years of age, married and blessed with a baby boy Samuel. I settled in Mombasa after my studies and started a computer business.

I am a pastor of Shalom Baptist Church in Mikindani. I love reading the bible, singing and travelling for mission work of reaching the unreached with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The kindergarten I run at the church is a charity work, as all the children here are orphans and so they could not afford education in public private academies. I took it on myself without any sponsor to provide the kids with a uniform, breakfast and lunch, stationary and paying the tutors who spend with them the entire day at the church.

I want to build them classrooms, as they are still using the church hall as their class. I would also like to have chairs specifically made for them, as now they use church seats which are quite big for their size.

Currently I provide them with one pair of uniform, but I want to provide them with at least two so that in a week they can change it and it will last longer. I also plan to provide them with shoes, as most of them come to school barefooted.
God willing, I also want to build them a house and hire mummies that will take care of them, provide medication and good food.

My Business

I run a computer shop, dealing in computer sales and services, software installation, photocopying, binding and lamination, passport photo service, project typing and research.

I have started a school at the church which deals with orphans. I would like to expand the school so that the public can join and the fees they pay could sustain the orphans.

My computer shop on a monthly basis gives me not less than USD $500, so I make around USD $200 profit per month. The location of my business is strategic, as I am just opposite a primary school where they give me most of their work to do. My shop is also at the terminus of commuter buses from town, so all the people alight there and board their buses from this stage.

Loan Proposal

i started with a photocopy business but i had a bigger vison of running a stationary shop. i thank God i have stocked the stationaries in the shop and so i need more funds to get even bigger. my business mostly rely on students and schools around for photocopy and stationary. with this loan am going to stock it even more and i for sure will suceed.
thank you zidisha team for the chance.

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About Me

I am Emmanuel okoko khayo, Kenyan citizen by birth, the sixth born in a family of 13. 33 years of age, married with and blessed with a baby boy samuel. settled in mombasa after my studies and started computer business .
i am a pastor of shalom baptist church in mikindani. i love reading the bible, singing and travelling for mission work of reaching the unreached with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The kindergarten I run at the church is a charity work as all the children here are orphans and so they could not afford education in public private academies. I took it to myself without any sponsor to provide the kids with uniform, breakfast and lunch, stationary and paying the tutors who spend with them the entire day at the church.
I want to build them classrooms as they are still using the church hall as their class. I would also like to have chairs specifically made for them as now they use church seats which are bigger for their size.
Currently I provide them with one pair of uniform but I want to provide atelast two so that in a week they can change, and it will last longer. I also plan to provide shoes as most of the come in school bare footed.
God willing I also want to build them a house and hire mummies that will take care of them, provide medication and good food.

My Business

i run a computer shop , dealing in computer sales and services, software installation, photocopying ,binding and lamination. passport photo business. project typing and research. i run a kindergarten school i would like to expand the school so that the general public and community around can bring their children to join and the fees they pay to sustain the kids am sponsoring..
the computer shop on a monthly basis gives me not less than USD 500, so i make around USD 200 profit per month. the location of my business is strategic as i am jus opposite a primary scholl where they give me most of their work to do, , my shop is also at the terminus of commuter buses from town, so all the peopel alight there and also board their buses from this stage.

Loan Proposal

i started with a photocopy business but i had a bigger vison of running a stationary shop. i thank God i have stocked the stationaries in the shop and so i need more funds to get even bigger. my business mostly rely on students and schools around for photocopy and stationary. with this loan am going to stock it even more and i for sure will suceed.
thank you zidisha team for the chance.

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Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount

$97.53

Date disbursed

Aug 9, 2015

Repayment status

On Time

Projected term

4 months

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $4.05

Lenders

Paul Buchheit

Mountain View, United States

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