Khaki bags business

Mercyline Amurono

Eldoret, Kenya

100% repaid



Mercyline Amurono

Member since

May 2018

On-time repayments

1 installment  •  0%

About Me

I am Mercyline Amurono Oluchiri ,a last born in a family of five. My siblings and I lost our parents way back in 2003 .It was a blow to us and I being the youngest was given up for adoption in 2006.I managed to attend school and was a bright student which earned me help from well wishers who paid up my fees since 2009.I scored a B+ in 2015 at Butere Girl's and I am currently pursuing a degree in Business management at Moi University in my second year.

My Business

Well you can not depend on people forever .While in campus you generate a lot of expenses which you can not wholly lay on someone. I needed financial freedom so I started making envelopes and selling them to photocopy attendants in school. However ,business went down following the on and off dons strike.But bills have to paid so I decided to make khaki bags for sugar ,rice ,popcorns and even carrier bags following the ban of plastic bags. I need to expand the business that's why I need more funding. Thanks.

Loan Proposal

i intend to increase my materials and set up a structure in the market that will monopolise the market here and declare me as the major supplier of khaki bags and envelopes in my estate.I thank God schools are soon reopening and my envelopes will have market again





Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount


Date disbursed

May 4, 2018

Repayment status

On Time

Projected term

1 week


Paul Buchheit

Mountain View, United States


Michael Kauer

United States




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