Judith is 38 years old and married is Fredrick, who is a businessman, and they have three children aged fourteen, twelve and three years old. Judith sells cereals in Kapsabet trading center and has been in the business for a period of eighteen years, earning a monthly income of about $163.
She has borrowed 30,000 KES from KADET, and this is her first loan. She hopes to spent the money to purchase dry maize and beans for resale. The anticipated profits will be used to purchase a plot for her family and also to educate her children.
Her dream is to own a retail shop and also be financially stable.
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