Violah is 29 years old and married, and she supports three members of her family.
She runs a cereals business in Kapsabet town, which is served by the KADET Kapsabet office. This has been her income-generating business for three years. She earns an average monthly income of KES 10,000.She plans to use the amount borrowed of KES 50,000 to buy more stocks, that is, maize and beans of different varieties.
Her dream is to educate her children and to start a wholesale enterprise.
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