A loan of $600 helped to add to his savings and have enough to purchase a motorcycle, which he will use to start up a motorcycle transport business.

Juma's story

Juma is married and has been blessed with seven, school-going children. He owns a house that has neither electricity nor piped water. His greatest monthly expenses are food and school fees. For the past ten years, he has operated a dairy farming business, selling at retail and at the market, to his neighbors and to restaurant operators. He faces a major challenge of seasonality in his place of operation. He dreams of adding more dairy cows and expanding to a motorcycle business.

With the KES 50,000 loan, he wants to start a motorcycle transport business. He has some savings, and he will add the loan to that and purchase a motorcycle. He decided to join Yehu to improve his living standards.

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