Total loan: $200


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Kapsabet, Nandi County, Kenya / Food

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

Josphine's story

Josphine, a 33-year-old mom of four, is a smallholder woman farmer full of dreams and aspirations for her life. Residing in a remote village in Kapsabet, in the Rift valley region of Kenya, she practices mixed farming.

Because of the immense knowledge she has of farming, Josphine commands a lot of respect from other farmers in her village. Her primary sources of income have been milk and crops. She also engages in a small business to supplement the meager income she earns through farming.

Although she has been making profits from farming, Josphine has identified a market segment for selling cereals. The only big challenge she faces is a lack of funds, so she is requesting a loan to buy different varieties of cereal like maize and beans to sell in the local market. The market for cereals is never a problem because the demand is always high, and she plans to take advantage of that.

Josphine plans to increase her market by using word-of-mouth to reach more customers and markets. You can help this woman achieve her dreams with this loan, which will surely bring big profits.