Saphaniah is 48 years old, is married, and supports six members of his family. He runs a carpentry shop in Kapsabet town, served by the KADET Kapsabet office. He has been in business for the last seven years; he gets an average monthly income of KShs 120,000. He plans to use the amount borrowed of KShs 30,000 to buy timber for his carpentry shop. He will reinvest the profits from the business. His dream is to grow his business to higher levels of profitability and also create employment.
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