Edward is 49 years old and married to Catherine. They are blessed with three children, ages between 15 and 21 years.
He runs a mobile money-transfer shop as well as a dairy farming business in Kilibwoni location, and he is served by Kadet Kapsabet Branch.
Edward has been in these businesses for the past four years, and he earns a monthly income of KES 110,000.
Edward has now ventured into another type of business, where he would offer photocopying services in his money-transfer shop. He has borrowed KES 50,000 to use to purchase a photocopying machine.
With the anticipated profits, he will be able to pay his children's school fees, repay his loan, and improve his dairy cows for better production.
His dream is to give the best to his family as the bread winner, as well as to expand his businesses to a point of becoming financially stable.
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