Agnes is 26 years old; she is married with 3 children. Agnes completed her secondary school education and this assists her being a secretary of Inkiramat women group. She maintains proper and accurate records of the group and this helps in operating the revolving fund. Agnes’ main economic activity is buying and selling of steers. She runs her business with her husband which is not common in the Maaai culture. However, they are not against the culture but believe culture should embrace the wellbeing of people. Agnes is good in selecting small steers for fattening and this has given her an edge over other traders because at the end of 4 months she starts selling and selling quality steers. The land available can raise over 30 cows and this why she intends to use this opportunity to increase the number of steers. With a loan of USD 450, Agnes will be able to buy 4 medium size Steers. She will sell them after 4 months at more than double the price. Agnes also foresees a better market in future whereby the market prices will be steady. She feels that if current developments recorded in the livestock sector continue, she will work hard to meet her target of increasing the Steers to 40 in a very short time.