A loan of $375 helped to buy chicken and animal feeds and sacks of maize to grind.

Mary Moige's story

Mary Moige, 40 years old, is married to Kennedy, a civil servant, and they have six children aged between 8 and 20 years old. They live in mwimto;kikuyu. Mary has been running a posho (maize) mill as a primary business and also practicing dairy and poultry farming as a secondary business. She has been operating these businesses since 2005 and she earns a profit of KES 10,000 per month.

Mary was introduced to KADET LTD by a friend who is also a member of KADET microfinance. She applying for her third loan of KES 30,000, which she plans to use to buy sacks of maize to grind and chicken and animal feeds to add to her stock. The income that she hopes to earn will be ploughed back into the businesses.

In the future, she hopes to eventually increase her dairy cows to ten and to be able to distribute fresh milk to her neighborhood. Her businesses have given much support to her family, especially in providing the necessary basics such as food and school fees for her six children, one of whom was an orphan. Mary is hardworking and hopes to give her children a better education

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