A loan helped to purchase farming inputs, such as high-nutrient fertilizers, to improve his tea farm's crop yield.


Peter's story

Peter is a 31-year-old father of three living in Kericho, a town that was significantly stuck by the 2007–2008 Kenyan crisis when violence occurred in Kenya. His childhood reveals a very poor upbringing with a lack of basic necessities in life, such as food, clothing, and education. His childhood was nothing close to a walk in the park, but he never gave up his hopes of wanting to be successful. This level of success has been fueled by, among other things, his desire to achieve, his work ethic, and his passion to prosper.

Microloans that are provided by Juhudi Kilimo have played a very big role in men's empowerment at this time when the world is focused on reducing the spread of coronavirus.

Peter is requesting a loan to purchase farming inputs, such as high-nutrient fertilizers, to improve his tea farm's crop yield. He will generate more income to repay the loan debt and improve his family's quality of life. He also hopes to improve the conditions of his house.

Lenders, kindly do not hesitate. Give this father hope of success in 2021 with just a loan.


This loan is special because:

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



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