A loan of $500 helped to purchase more broiler chicks and chick feed to increase production.


Faith's story

Faith is a 21-year-old married woman from the Kwekwe District of Zimbabwe. In 2013, Faith started her own poultry business because she wanted financial stability and independence. Over the last year, she has grown her poultry business to its current capacity – producing about 100 broiler birds every six weeks and selling them to the local residents. This is a marked improvement from her initial production of 65 birds. Faith is also dedicated to giving back to her community. She is a Camfed Learner Guide who volunteers at schools in her community where she teaches students valuable life skills. She began her business because she saw that it was very profitable in her community. Pamela would very much like to increase her sales volume and become a supplier to major supermarkets. She will use the Kiva loan to purchase more broiler chicks and chick feed to increase production. She hopes to further her education in farming with the proceeds.



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