Mishell is 24 years old and married to Cornelius, and they are blessed with two children, 3 and 7. She has been in the milk-selling business, as well as doing small-scale dairy farming, for the last three years, earning a monthly income of KES 10,000. She operates her business in the Kapyagan Chemundu trading center. She has borrowed KES 30,000 and plans to use part of it to buy more milk for resale and the remainder to set up a zero grazing pen. She will use the profits from the milk trade to pay school fees for her children.
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