A loan helped to pay for farm inputs and hire laborers to grow more crops on the farm, make more profit, and use it to set a good foundation for her children.


Sarah's story

Sarah is a 58-year old single mother of two children living in Eldoret, a town that was significantly stuck by the 2007–2008 Kenyan crisis when violence occurred in Kenya. She is a very committed mum who perseveres, fights, rises above, and does not give up until she reaches her goals.

Sarah has always had an affinity for farming and has even nicknamed one of her cows. She is a very proud farmer, especially when she is milking her cows. Her cows produce between 10 and 15 liters of milk a day, which helps her support her family. She also practices crop farming, but she has not been making good profits because of poor farming inputs. That is why she is seeking a loan to buy farm inputs and hire laborers.

Through this loan, Sarah will be able to purchase high-quality seeds and good fertilizer that she will use to greatly improve her crop production. Modern farming requires the use of modern techniques, and high-quality seeds will assure her of a bumper harvest and increased profits. She wants to improve her children's education through profits from the loan. Make a $25 loan or more, and push her dream closer to reality.


This loan is special because:

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



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