Susan is 45 years old and married with three children. She is a cash crop farmer and plants maize, beans, bananas and vegetables to sell. She has been in this farming business for three years. Besides this, she also has a shoe vending shop.
This being her first loan term, she plans to use the amount to buy farming supplies. These include fertilizer and seeds for planting. She also plans to buy more stock of shoes to sell in her shoe vending business.
In the future, Susan hopes to grow her farming business by practicing large scale farming, hence make more income and be able to educate her children.
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