Silole Ene S. is 41years old and she supports six members of her family. She has been wheat farming for the last three years successfully; this has been due to good climatic conditions and a ready market for the produce in her area.
This being her first loan, she is planning to spend 20,000 shillings on harrowing, 15,000 to buy wheat seeds, fertilizer and chemicals, and the remaining 15,000 on planting.
Her plan for the anticipated profits is that she will expand her wheat farm to large-scale farming. Her hopes and dreams are that she will become a large-scale farmer and be able to educate her kids to higher levels of education.
She is a hardworking woman and determined to achieve her set target.
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