A loan helped to buy more stock of maize, beans, millet, sorghum and ground nuts.
Everlyne is 41 years old and married to Milton, and together they are blessed with three children.
Everlyne runs a business selling cereals. She has been in the business for ten years and she earns an income of KES 15,000 monthly.
She has applied for her 1st loan from Vision Fund Kenya to enable her to buy more stock of maize, millet, beans, sorghum and ground nuts. With the anticipated profits, she plans to repay her loan and also expand her business.
In the near future, Everlyne hopes to educate her children and also expand her business.
This loan is special because:
It provides financial services and education in deep rural areas.