A loan helped to purchase a high-yield dairy cow and milk cans to expand her milk-vending business and to generate more income to sustain her family.


Jane's story

Meet Jane, a mother of three children living in Thika, a town where the main economic activities include agricultural processing, particularly in horticulture and pineapple. This area has good rainfall patterns and this favors farmers like her. Most people who live in this area are smallholder farmers. Jane has been practicing farming on a small, inherited piece of land for the past twelve years. On her farm, Jane practices mixed farming and she sells sheep's wool, milk, eggs, and maize as her sources of income. She loves dairy farming the most. Her greatest challenge would be lack of sufficient feed for her livestock.

Jane chose Juhudi Kilimo after realizing that they finance farmers to help them obtain important assets for their farms. She is borrowing funds to purchase a high-yield dairy cow and milk cans to expand her milk-vending business and to generate more income to sustain her family. Through Juhudi Kilimo, Jane learned how to develop a savings culture. This loan will be of benefit to her family in that they will have more milk for consumption and sale and their living standards will improve. Be inspired and lend to this zealous woman!


This loan is special because:

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



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