Caroline,19, is single, and she supports her parents. She has been growing crops to sell and has kept poultry for the past two years, making a monthly income of 13,000 KES.
She has borrowed 30,000 KES to purchase chicks to rear and sell at a profit. She will also buy farm inputs, i.e. fertilizers.
She plans to use reinvest her additional income into her business and save to educate her children in the future.
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