A loan helped to buy different varieties of cereals, such as maize, sorghum, rice, wheat, barley and millet, to resell in her local market and make profits to pay tuition fees for her children.
A large percentage of Kenyans (65%) are involved in agricultural production, either directly or indirectly. Almost all Kenyans are farmers, and a large percentage of the food that people eat comes from people who sell in the rural marketplace.
Everlyne is an excellent example of a Kenyan producer with a great passion for farming. She has five years' experience in mixed farming and has been able to make tremendous progress in her family.
In her remote village, the cereal business is one of the most profit-generating businesses, since the demand for cereals is always on the rise. Everlyne has always wanted to start a cereal business in her local market. Because of the good relationship she has with her neighbors, she plans to increase her reach through proper marketing in her own village.
Everlyne is requesting a loan to buy cereals. She intends to buy different varieties of cereals, such as cowpeas, lentils, maize, sorghum, rice, wheat, barley and millet, to resell in her local market.
Lenders can help this mother achieve her dreams with this loan, which will surely bring enormous changes in her life. Everlyne dreams of paying tuition fees for her children and of building a modern house that has electricity and a clean water connection. Be inspired to give a hope of prosperity to this focused mama this 2019.
This loan is special because:
It finances smallholder farmers to purchase dairy cows, chickens, cereals, farm inputs and farming equipment.