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Total loan: $475

Pricillah

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Bomet, Bomet County, Kenya / Food

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A loan helped to buy a variety of cereals such as corn and beans to sell.


Pricillah's story

Living and working in Bomet has been challenging, especially for Pricillah (a 57-year-old mom).

Pricillah is a humble woman who has worked hard to establish herself. She earns an income selling her farm produce.

Pricillah also earns a little income from her small businesses. Through these activities, she is able to give her family at least two meals per day.

Despite the prolonged dry seasons and frequent incidences of pests and diseases, which are very intense, Pricillah has always looked forward to future accomplishments and success.

Pricillah decided that the best way to boost her income is to improve her farm's productivity. She chose to run a side cereals business, which is one of the most profitable businesses in the Vihiga region.

Pricillah requested a loan to buy more cereals to sell to her customers to make more profits to support her family. She believes that she will be able to make additional profits by increasing her cereal stock.

This loan is an opportunity that Pricillah never had before. Her irregular income and lack of collateral were the main issues preventing her from accessing a loan from commercial banks. Thanks to Juhudi Kilimo and Kiva, the lives of Pricillah and her family will be changed for the better.

Pricillah is so happy with this gesture of goodwill in her life.