Kenya



Entrepreneur
Ann Wanjiru
Nairobi, Kenya
Followers: 3
Feedback Rating: 0 % Positive (1)
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On-Time Repayments: 11% (9)

This Loan
19% Repaid


Disbursed Amount: $302.01
Date Disbursed: Aug 18, 2012
Repayment Status: Late
Repayment Frequency: Monthly Projected Term: 11 months
Cost of Loan: $14.72
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Cost of this loan

Service Fee: $302.01 at 5% annual rate over 11 months = $14.72

Cost paid to join Zidisha

Upon joining Zidisha, Ann paid a lifetime membership fee of $12.08. This was a one-time cost and entitled Ann to lifetime Zidisha membership.


Story
About Me

I am a business lady who is dedicated to make a living from doing business. I started this business to help me independent financially and at the same time help my family get there daily bread.I also have orphans who am caring for.

I am currently living utawala estate in Githunguri location along Katani Road where my business is also located.

My Business

The business is located at MC shopping center in embakasi- Nairobi . I mainly dealing green grocery where I sell vegetables to the community around. Since Utawala is an upcoming estate there is demand for vegetable due to the fact that the region is dry and does not support Agriculture. I buy my commodities from Nairobi and sell them to the community around.

Loan Proposal

I thank zidisha for granting me the loan of 35, 000. In my green grocery I will boost my business by adding cerials such as maize, beans, peas, ndengus cassava, arrowroots, wheat follr maize flour and all kinds of cerials. I will also add stock to the green grocery that I was running before. In order to have more customers an add more profit to my business I will buy refreshments such as sodas juice and water. I will buy foods such as cakes and bread to sometimes refresh my customers. I will expand my business premise and this will require me to buy my own materials to build the premise.


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  • Hope2012     Mar 31, 2014

    Neutral

    I would have liked some feedback on this loan but I do recognise that the lady is a grandmother who might not be able to access the Internet and is coping with her deceased daughters children. She repaid two instalments and it looks like she hasn't been able to pay more so far. I think under zidisha's tightened criteria she probably would not have been offered a loan.
    Perhaps she'll make a late payment ?


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Ann Wanjiru
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19% Repaid