Selling clothes

Lucy Makokha

Busia, Kenya

100% paid forward

Entrepreneur

Name

Lucy Makokha

Member since

November 2016

On-time repayments

73 installments  •  90%

About Me

am a kenyan lady from western kenya.I started doing small business wayback inorder for me to get some pocket money to buy books and pencils.where i live theres alot of business and also fishing taking place at lake victoria.my children would like to be doctors when they grow up.my hobby is travelling and visiting new places.

My Business

i get my income through selling chips and other food commodities and fruits.most commodities i get them across the border because they are cheaper so when i come to sell i get profit.this has really helped to boost my income and living standards has improved.the profits u get i use them to pay school fees for my children and buy them clothes i have even purchased furnitures gor my house through the prifits i receivef from the business last month my life has greatly improved and am so happy for that.

Project Proposal

I would like to increase on my stock buy i creading on the no.of bales that i surely buy.Since corona it has been quite difficult for us traders to get new bales cheaply because of the travel restrictions put on the goods imported.That's why if i get this loan it will help me a great deal to enable me add more stock to my business.

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Project Info

Project Type

Pay It Forward

Disbursed amount

$102.23

Date disbursed

Sep 25, 2021

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $4.78

Backers

MarktheMormon

Sandy, Utah, United States

Sundstroms

Falun, Sweden

Kennedy Abila

Kanam B, Doho Beach, Kenya

Angles Mulenga

Mongu, Zambia

Malvis Chepkemoi

Narok,kenya, Kenya

Shellemiah Ogollah

Nairobi, Kenya

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