Total loan: $950


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Narok, Narok, Kenya / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy more sheep and goats for selling and also to buy more milk for supplying.

Tarimo's story

Tarimo 46, is blessed with a fruitful marriage filled with six children. His eldest is 21 years old. Tarimo is very supportive of his family and strives to ensure that his wife and children have all they need.

He buys and sells goats and sheep for a living which has enabled him to interact with different communities and tribes and this has helped him to learn the value of co-existing peacefully. This business has also enabled him to become a distributor of milk to several cooling plants.

Tarimo is seeking to expand his business but has been met with capital constraints and this has led to reduced business. However, if lenders give him the credit he will be able to continue advancing his business and meeting his objectives as he creates employment such as to those who transport his animals and also for herders in the community. His business also creates a market for the local community of farmers who grow Napier grass that his animals can feed on.

Tarimo has planned to use his profits to help him pay back his loan and continue supporting his family. His dream is to be financially stable and to support his children to be successful and achieve their dreams.