Total loan: $650


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Kitale, Trans-Nzoia County, Kenya / Food

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A loan helped to buy different varieties of cereal grains, such as corn and beans, to sell in the local market to earn additional profits and upgrade her lifestyle.

Emmah's story

Meet Emmah (a 37-year-old mom of four). She is very positive in her approach to her farm decisions. She takes all responsibilities on her farm to heart and works toward her goals. She is determined to succeed and give her family a better lifestyle.

Emmah obtains her income through selling milk and maize. She has been in this business for the last few years.

She also loves and practices crop farming, and she feels motivated and accomplished when she earns revenue through selling crops and dairy.

She also engages in a small business, which is aimed at supplementing her meager income.

Although she loves farming, the little profits she has been getting are not enough to save for her children's well-being. Emmah has always wanted to start a cereal business in her local market. She is requesting a loan to buy cereals.
She intends to buy different varieties of cereal grains, such as corn and beans to sell in the local market.

In Kitale, the cereal business is one of the most profit-generating businesses, since the demand for cereals is always on the rise.

Because of the good relationship she has with her neighbors, Emmah plans to increase her market by proper marketing in her own village.

You can help this woman achieve her dreams which, with this loan, will surely bring enormous changes in her life.