A loan of $375 helped to start poultry farming.

Retemta's story

Retemta has been practicing mixed farming for the last seventeen years in Kitale town in western Kenya. She has employed one farmhand and sells her milk, eggs, maize and beans locally. She mainly depends on the income from her farm to cater for the basic needs of her family.

Retemta is 48 years old and married with seven children aged between 6 and 27. Four of the children are currently attending school.

She has requested a loan of 30,000 Kes through Juhudi Kilimo to start poultry farming. The additional income from this loan will enable her to cater for the basic needs of her family. Her biggest challenge has been lack of markets for her products and also the rampart diseases which affect her production.

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