A loan helped a member to buy farm inputs such as fertilizer, agro-chemicals, and seeds for increased production, hence increased income to provide food, clothing and pay school fees for his children.


Twone Mbee Mutitu Group's story

The gentleman raising his hand in the photo is Peter. He is 57 years old, married, and blessed with five children. He is a member of Twone Mbee Mutitu Group which joined Hand in Hand Eastern Africa in the year 2014 and has benefited from enterprise development and financial management training.

He is a mixed farmer. He is borrowing a Kiva loan to buy farm inputs such as fertilizer, agro-chemicals, and seeds. He hopes this will increase his production, hence increasing his income.

He will use the anticipated income to provide basic needs for his family such as food and clothing and to pay school fees for his children.

He is grateful to Kiva and their lenders for the financial support and promises to repay promptly.

In this group: Winfred, Joyce, Jacline, Mary, Meli, Winfred, Peter


This loan is special because:

It provides startup loans to risky businesses and underserved people.



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