Elizabeth is 39 years old and is from Nakuru. She is married to Samuel, who works as a civil servant to produce additional income for the family. Elizabeth has three children aged 16, 13 and 8 years old, all of whom are in school.
Elizabeth is a dairy farmer, a business she has been operating for the past five years. To enable her be more productive in this sector, she has applied for her second loan of KSH 100,000 from Kadet ltd, which she is going to use for buying animal feeds and medicine for her livestock. Her monthly income right now is KSH 14,000 and she hopes to use the anticipated profit from the expanded business to start poultry farming.
Elizabeth's hopes and dreams for the future is to be the leading livestock farmer in her region, and for her family to be financially stable.
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