Martin is a 38-year-old married man who has been blessed with six children; his wife adds an additional income to support the welfare of their family. Martin has been operating a posho, or windmill business, for a period of three years, earning an income of KES.10,000 at the end of every month.
Martin was introduced to VisionFund Kenya by a neighbor, and is now servicing his first loan of KES.90,000. He intends to use this amount to buy an additional posho mill machine to increase the output of his client's farm produce.
Martin plans to use the anticipated income to educate his children, hopes to start another posho or windmill business in the nearby town, and to serve his community efficiently.
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