Agatta operates a farm where she keeps poultry. She has been involved in this business for ten years. Her primary customers are of all kinds. She describes her biggest business challenge to be a lack of capital.
Agatta will use the KES 20,000 loan to buy farm inputs. Her business goal is to be successful within five years. She hopes that, in the future, she will be stable. This is her first loan with SMEP Microfinance Bank.
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This loan is part of SMEP's effort to empower small to medium-scale farmers in Kenya, where agriculture employs more than 75% of the work force. SMEP loans support a range of agricultural needs, including livestock, egg production, and farm inputs such as fertilizer, seeds, animal feeds, vaccination and farm equipment. Loan terms are structured around the maturity of the crop and/or the payback period of the inputs purchased. By supporting this loan you are helping farmers increase their production capacity, employ others and contribute to food security in the country.
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