Sarah Njoki has been farming for 15 years in Kambaa village in Kiambu. She is 40 years old and married to Stephen Kiguru, a farmer. They have three school-going children. She gets an income of KES 7,000 per month out of the farming activity. She is also earns some additional income from casual employment.
Sarah had borrowed from another MFI [PAWDEP] and repaid that loan well. Later she happened to get information about what KADET LTD. offers and she gained interest and applied for her first loan of KES10,000. She plans to buy a young rabbit for rearing and sell later, at a profit. She sells her farm products to her neighbors and also at the nearby local open air market. She also sells milk to the dairy societies and horticulture traders from Nairobi.
She plans to save the profit she gets and later buy another dairy cow. Her hopes and dreams are to educate her children to university level. She is a very humble and hardworking lady.
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