A loan of $700 helped to buy a quality dairy cow.

Everline's story

Everline is 31 years old, married, and has three children, between 1 and 9 years old. She is a small-scale farmer from Nyamira town, in western Kenya. She has been in the farming business for seven years and has employed two temporary workers. Her mixed farm produces tea, sorghum, milk, vegetables, maize and beans, which are sold to the local market. She is also employed at a local tea factory.

She has made a loan request of 60,000 KES (Kenyan Shillings) through Juhudi Kilimo, in order to buy a dairy cow. She is optimistic that this loan will enable her to acquire a quality dairy cow that will produce enough milk for domestic consumption and sale. The proceeds from the sale of milk will help her to improve the livelihood of her family. She hopes to be the major milk supplier to the local market, in the near future.

Everline is passionate about farming, but she doesn't have enough time to work at her farm since she is employed. However, she trusts and believes in her casual laborer, to do the farm work well.

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