As a Christian, Vincent Charo (left) has received a loan funded by a US-based Christian group to start a tailoring business. Mohammad Masudi, a Muslim, has no such prospects.

For those excluded, loan program is no success

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / October 10, 2006

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MOMBASA, Kenya -- There are two veteran tailors huddled over the sewing machines in Reams Uniform Suppliers, a small shop tucked into the heart of this humid port city: Vincent, a Christian, who has worked there for 10 years, and Mohammad, a Muslim, who has worked there for eight. (Full article: 2084 words)

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