A loan of $850 helped to expand poultry housing unit and buy poultry birds.

Margaret's story

Margaret is 37 years old, married, and has six children. All of her children are attending school, except for the eldest. She has been farming for seven years and employs one farmhand. Her farm produces milk, maize, eggs, and vegetables for the local market. Margaret says she fully relies on her farming income for her family upkeep.

Margaret has requested a loan of 70,000 KES to boost her poultry business. She says she has acquired enough skills with the seven years she has been in the business and wants to significantly expand her poultry farm capacity. She wants to build a bigger housing unit for the increased number of her birds. She intends to boost her production and supply external markets as well. Another key priority for her is paying her children's school fees.

She laments of high costs associated with animal diseases.

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