Total loan: $200


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Kapsabet, Nandi County, Kenya / Food

Joan's loan finished fundraising,
but these similar borrowers just need a little more help to reach their goals!

A loan helped to purchase cereals such as maize and beans and sell to her local market at a profit for a better life.

Joan's story

Joan's (pictured in her house) story is of a divorced woman who struggled to be successful. She has been farming for the past ten years and is always thirsty to achieve. Over this time, she has gathered much knowledge, skills and experience and is considered among the best farmers in her village.

She practices mixed farming. Her primary sources of income have been milk and other various crops, as well as some small business ventures that help her make ends meet. Although she makes profits from farming, she is not doing comfortably and has always wanted to increase her income by selling more cereals.

That is why she is seeking this loan to buy more cereals. Kenya's Kapsabet area, one of the country's populated regions, has a high demand for cereals. This means that Joan could increase her profits by satisfying the demand. Joan is confident that this loan will be of much help, and that she will be able to satisfy the market's demand for cereals.

She believes that the extra income she earns will enable a change in her life and increase her cereal business. Joan and her whole family are very grateful for your understanding and the impact of the loan you will lend to her.

She wants to build a modern house.