Harrison, 28 years old, has been farming in Naivasha since 2003. He rotates between planting cabbage and wheat.
Harrison was introduced to KADET by a friend, and this will be his second loan. He paid his previous loan of 50,000 Kenyan shillings (KES) in good time. He plans to plant wheat and buy fertilizer with the new loan.
In the future, Harrison hopes to buy his own farming equipment and save on having to rent equipment every time he wants to plant or harvest.
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