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A loan of $1,000 helped to buy chicken mash and chickens and to pay laborers.


Peninah's story

Peninah is a 46-year-old poultry farmer who has been in business for 11 years. She is a widow and has three children. She also earns an income through renting houses. She was previously involved in farming.

She is very hard-working and through Faulu Kenya she has learned how to save her money.

Someday she hopes to be the main supplier of eggs in her area and also to increase her rental houses.

She wants a loan of 84,442.50 KES to buy chicken mash and chickens and to pay laborers.



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