Restocking my hotel

Beatrice Moraa

Gesonso, Bomwanda, Kenya

100% paid forward

Entrepreneur

Name

Beatrice Moraa

Member since

July 2014

On-time repayments

155 installments  •  89%

About Me

I, Beatrice Moraa, was born in 1986 and joined my Kenya Primary Education in 1994-2000 where I completed Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) in 2000 from Nyamokenye Primary School. Later, in 2001-2004, I joined Bishop Mongendi Nyamokenye Secondary School where I completed my Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE). In the year 2005, I joined computer school and 2010 Pre diploma in mechanical engineering at Kenya Polytechnic 2011-2013 and later diploma in chemical engineering in 2014.

My Business

Myself, I am hard working and like business. Apart from working, I have been selling clothing as a source of income to run my business. Each bale of secondhand clothes costs KES 9000 and it makes a profit of up to KES 5000 when the bale package is good or, at a minimum, I can make 2500 when the bale package is bad. In this business, I still do not have a shop, but I make my sales only on market days. Most of the days, I am working with an oil field company since the start of this year at Schlumberger Mombasa.

Project Proposal

To purchase stock for my small hotel. I will buy food stuff and vegetables in bulk and the remaining amount to repay my chips machine

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About Me

I Beatrice Moraa was born in Born 1986 and joined my Kenya Primary Education in 1994-2000 where I completed (KCPE)| Kenya Certificate of primary Education in 2000 from Nyamokenye Primary school. Later in 2001-2004 I joined Bishop Mongendi Nyamokenye Secondary School, where I completed my Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) In the year 2005- I joined computer school and 2010 Pre diploma in Mechanical engineering at Kenya polytechnic 2011-2013 and later diploma in chemical engineering 2014.

My Business

Myself I am hard working and like business, apart from working, I have been selling clothing's as a source of income to run my business, in each bale of secondhand clothes it costs KEs 9000 and it makes a profit of up to KES 5000 when the bale package is good or minumum I can make 2500 when the bale package is bad, In this business I still do not have a shop, but i do make my sale only on market days and most of the days am working with a oil field company since the start of this year at schlumberger Mombasa.

Loan Proposal

To purchase stock for my small hotel. I will buy food stuff and vegetables in bulk and the remaining amount to repay my chips machine

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  • Mike    Mar 13, 2017

    Beatrice has proven herself to be both reliable and a proven winner in the business world in completing her loan. It was an honor in being a small part of helping her out and I will help her any way I can in the future. Congratulaions

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Project Info

Project Type

Pay It Forward

Disbursed amount

$299.00

Date disbursed

Dec 28, 2022

Backers

Cloudways

Malta, Malta

David Ochieng

Nairobi, Kenya

Harrison Mathai

Nairobi, Kenya

Vratik Krocik

Prague, Czech Republic

Angela Muthoni

Kasarani, Kenya

Henty Purwaningsih

Purbalingga, Indonesia

Ridho Kurnia

Jambi, Indonesia

Antony Mwendia

Nairobi, Kenya

Catherine Mumbi

Nakuru, Kenya

Douglas Ogembo

Nairobi, Kenya

Dewi Purwanti

Wonogiri, Indonesia

Angus Ochigbo

Makurdi, Nigeria

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HJ

Switzerland

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Anonymous

United States

Stefan Schmalz

Moenchengladbach, Germany

VC

Vitencia Chonge

Bungoma, Kenya

Riziki Shikari

Malindi, Kenya

Edwin Limo

Limuru, Kenya

Joyce Mwangi

Nairobi, Kenya

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