Mugandu Group, Kihihi
David is a businessman involved in agriculture. He keeps animals for meat and for sale and the challenge he has is that animal vaccines are in short supply and hence more expensive.
David has operated from Kyogo – Kinaaba village for two years and he is able to make 20,000/= as profits every week. He hopes to continue having high quality breeds of animals so that his standard of living will improve. He also hopes to have a family motorcycle to help with transport.
David mostly trades and rears goats and he hopes his first loan will help him increase his income and foster business growth. He is such a social and hardworking man and needs a loan to be able to buy more goats.
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