Abagamba Kamwe Grp Group
Grace is married with seven children and of them, four are school-going.She is a peasant farmer involved in the growing of groundnuts, maize and beans for both home consumption and commercial purposes so that she can generate some income for the family.
She wants a loan of 200,000 (two hundred thousand) shillings through the group to buy seeds for planting and pay some of the workers who help her in the farming. Her major challenges include the changing weather patterns, limited market for agricultural produce, and price fluctuation for the products.
Her dream is to expand the farming projects as well as educate all her children to higher levels.
This is a Group Loan
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