A loan of $500 helped to expand her poultry project and build a dairy unit.

Anna's story

Anna, 55 years old, is a farmer from the town of Kitale in Western Kenya. She is married and blessed with 8 children between the ages of 18 and 38. Two of her children are still attending school.

Anna has been farming for 12 years and has only one employee. Her products are milk and eggs, which she sells to the local market. She depends on the income from her farming activities to cater to her family's needs. Her biggest challenge has been the high cost of medicine for vaccination and the lack of enough animal feed.

Anna recently completed her second loan from Juhudi Kilimo for KES 40,000 and has requested this new loan for KES 40,000 to expand her poultry project and build a dairy unit. She says that this loan will improve her life and that of her family by getting enough eggs for domestic consumption and sales, thus earning enough income for future progress.

Anna is happy with the loans she got from Juhudi, which have enabled her to be a farmer.

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