A loan helped to buy cereals and beans to resell, earning a commission that will improve her family's standard of living.

Leah's story

Meet Leah, a 38-year-old mother of two school-going children. As a mom, Leah encountered many setbacks before she realized that nature had blessed her with a good climate for crop and dairy farming. Therefore, she made the decision to take on farming instead of looking for a white-collar job. Starting a farm was the best decision she has ever made. Leah has been in the business of mixed farming for more than ten years.

In Vihiga, the cereal business is one of the most profit-generating businesses, since the demand for cereal is always on the rise. She has always wanted to start a cereal business in her local market, so she is requesting a loan to buy cereal. She intends to buy different varieties of cereal such as corn and beans to resell in her local market. Because of the good relationship she has with her neighbors, Leah plans to increase her demand by proper marketing in her own village.

Lenders can help this mother achieve her dreams with this loan which will surely bring enormous changes in her life.

This loan is special because:

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

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