A loan helped to buy seeds and fertilizers to improve her crop farming. She will use the profits to employ other people, hence becoming a job creator.

Grace's story

Grace, an ever-smiling 27-year-old mom of two, never had the opportunity to advance her education, but this did not kill her dream of wanting to succeed in life.

Grace started farming and has been farming for the past few years. Throughout those years, she has gathered much experience, and all the farming techniques are at her fingertips.

Grace practices animal and crop farming on her farm. Through her farm's profits, she has managed to take care of her family's needs and to give her children a good education. She believes that education is the key to success.

Grace is seeking a loan of KES 70,000 to buy seeds and to improve her crop farming on her farm. She wants to take advantage of favorable weather patterns, a good road network in her village, good soil and a ready market for crop products in order to reap more profits.

Grace hopes that through this loan she will be able to improve her living conditions. She will also employ people to work for her on her crop farm and hence have an impact on society.

This loan is special because:

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

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