Mbinya does farming in Kangundo where she plants cash crops and keeps livestock. She is 43-years-old, married and together with her spouse, who also provides additional income, they have been blessed with seven children.
She plans to use this loan amount to buy fertilizer, manure, seedling and feed for her cattle. She will use the generated profits to educate her children as well as repay her loan.
In the future she hopes to improve her farming business by having more dairy cattle and also to educate her children.
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