Veronica is 40 years old, married, and blessed with five children. She is a small scale horticulture farmer in Kapsabet town; this has been her income generating business for the last three years. She gets an average monthly profit of KES.10,000 from this business.
She has borrowed her first loan of KES. 30,000. She intends to purchase green tea leaves from farmers, and sell it to a tea factory for a profit. Veronica anticipates getting additional profits by buying a piece of land to grow more tea.
Veronica hopes to improve her living standards, and save money to pay school fees for her children.
She also wants to start a new business to diversify her source of income.
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