James is 39 years old and supports seven people. James runs a small scale farming business and a retail shop. He has been in these businesses for the last two years and his monthly income from the businesses is KES 30,000.
He is borrowing a loan of KES 60,000, which he intends to use to purchase farm inputs for this year's planting season and a few items for his retail shop like wheat flour and sugar.
He plans to use the additional income to invest back into the business and to purchase farm machinery.
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