A loan helped to buy cereals such as corn, beans, cowpeas, and lentils so that a mom can start selling cereals to earn more income and realize her dreams.


Hellen's story

Get to know Hellen (a 50-year-old mom of three). Hellen and her husband live a grace-filled marriage and work hard to support their children. Hellen practices animal and mixed farming on her small parcel of land. Though she sometimes ends up with substantial losses, she never quits. She has been farming for the past few years, and she has never regretted choosing this career.

Hellen is kindly seeking a loan to buy cereal grains such as corn and beans for resale and thus improve her income. Although this humble mom has been earning a living, not everything has been easy and she faces financial challenges. The Kenyenya area has proven a ready market for cereals. Hellen is quite visionary and, with her accumulated profits, she hopes to open a large cereal shop that will boost her income and turn her life around.

Hellen has received training through Juhudi Kilimo and she has proven to be honest and disciplined with finances. She intends to fully repay the loan with the profits from her business. Kindly be inspired to support a woman this season.


This loan is special because:

It finances smallholder farmers to purchase dairy cows, chickens, cereals, farm inputs and farming equipment.



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