A loan of $975 helped to construct dairy and poultry units and buy poultry birds.


Jane's story

Jane is aged 44 and married with 6 children aged between 20 and 5 years. They are all in school and their family relies on farming and a second-hand clothes selling business for the family upkeep. Jane's farm produces milk, maize, beans, and vegetables.

Jane (pictured above with two donkeys tied to a cart) has requested a loan of 95,000 KES from Juhudi Kilino in order to construct a dairy unit for 30,000 KES, as well as venture into poultry farming by buying poultry birds and constructing a unit for the birds at a combined 65,000 KES. She says the poultry business venture will grow due to good markets for poultry products in the region. She also aspires to own only pedigree breeds for better income.

She reiterates that many farmers face the challenge of accessing finances and water especially during dry seasons.



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