A loan of $375 helped to purchase a dairy cow.


Rodah's story

Rodah is in the farming and motorcycle transport businesses with both proving income for her family upkeep. She has been in farming for five years and currently produces milk and pineapple for the local market. She is 38 years old with three children between 14 and 4 years old. All are already in school.

Rodah has requested a loan of 30,000 KES from Juhudi Kilimo to buy a dairy cow to expand her dairy capacity and thus, her income. She reckons the improved milk output will help meet her family's needs both for consumption and for resale to meet other basic needs.

She says Juhudi Kilimo loans have come as a rescue to farmers but indicates that lack of top up loans remains a challenge.



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