A loan helped a single mom to buy farm inputs such as fertilizer to use on her crop so she can earn greater profits to improve her standard of living.

Susan's story

Susan (46 years old), a single mother of 2 school-going children, is a Juhudi Kilimo borrower. She is a woman of honesty who has a charming character and is married to a fellow farmer. Her family's main income source is milk from their dairy farm.

The biggest problems that farmers from her village face are the huge deficit of access to agricultural inputs, meaning that farmers’ yields and incomes are far below what they could be.

Juhudi Kilimo partnered with Kiva to provide financial services to smallholders around Kenya. Through these financial services, farmers in her village can now buy productive assets and important agricultural inputs for use on their farms.

She is seeking a loan to buy farm inputs such as fertilizer to improve her crop farm. Your loan will enable her to improve her crop production through the use of quality farm inputs. This intervention will help her to meet the increasing demand for crops in the market and, in the process, generate more income to repay the loan debt and improve her family's quality of life.

Susan, her husband, and their children heavily rely on the goodwill of lenders so that they can achieve their dreams. Take action and lend now!

This loan is special because:

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

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