Misheck is 25 years old. He is married and has three children, aged two, four and six. Misheck has been working in the livestock trading business for the last three years. He sells livestock at the busy Enkoroim Market. Butchers from Bissil and Kajiado often purchase livestock from him.
Misheck has applied for a loan of 60,000 KES to buy more livestock for his business. This includes the purchase of cows, goats and sheep. This is Misheck’s second loan with Kiva partner, KADET. He has been a good client who repaid his loan well. He plans to use the proceeds from the loan to start a dairy farm. In the future, Misheck hopes to sell milk to KCC (Kenya Co-operative Creameries) and local residents. Misheck describes himself as hardworking.
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