For the last five years, she has been farming to earn a living; specifically, she grows French beans for sale in the Narok area. Her monthly income is approximately 80,000 KES. She is requesting a third loan from KADET, this time in the amount of 70,000 KES, which would be used to pay for her crop harvest and the transportation of her harvest to various markets.
The profits she expects to generate as a result of the loan will be used to support her business. In the future she dreams of operating a stable, large-scale farming business.
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