Total loan: $400


Kitale, Trans-Nzoia County, Kenya / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy more farming inputs to boost production.

Bathsheba's story

Bathsheba is a married woman. She has 5 children. She describes herself as honest. She operates a farm where she sells milk and cereals. She has been involved in this business for 20 years. Her business is located in a good area, and her primary customers are locals from Kitale, Kenya.

She describes her biggest business challenge as inadequate working capital. She will use the Kes 40,000 loan to buy more farming inputs to boost production. Her business goal is to have a poultry farm within 5 years. She hopes that in the future, she will be financially stable. This is her third loan with SMEP Microfinance Bank. Previous loans were repaid successfully. She will use the anticipated profits to buy manure and repay the loan.