Buying farming inputs for my crops

Ruth Phiri

Ndola, Copperbelt, Zambia

Funds disbursed

$0 to go

100% funded of $445 goal

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Entrepreneur

Name

Ruth Phiri

Location

On-time repayments

26 weekly installments  •  58%

About Me

My name is Ruth Phiri a Zambian young lady and 22 years of age. Went to school and completed my high school. Due to lack of employment I created my job and which is a business for survival and a livelihood which I also support my family.

However am an entrepreneur and my focus is to grow my business big and become financially independent at last.

Am interested in Zidisha loans because I want my business to be boosted and become stable.

My Business

I have a salon business which is my source of income, in this business I plate hair, sell wig, nail cutting for ladies and painting. These are some of the services I provide to customers and I earn living out if it. The business is good and I generate good income.

In addition to that I also ventured into farming business which is my main source of income, I grow vegetables and maize ,through the farming business have generating good income sustainable able to support myself and family members.

The profit I make I use them for reinvestment in growing the business, home improvement and paying school for children. .

Loan Proposal

With this loan am requesting to buy organic fertilizer, Seedlings, pesticides and other farming inputs to grow my vegetables very well.
From my previous loan I have managed to buy a small portion of land that has made me to venture into vegetable farming because this time around farming produce is becoming highly profitable.
Hence I want to double my income level to improve the standard of living of family
I have strategically planned to be saving daily income which I make on weekly basis to ensure that the loan is repaid on time, since I make an income daily from the services I sell to my customers by plating their hair and other salon services, therefore I will be saving enough money to repay the loan weekly also by selling the vegetables.

My Videos

May 8, 2021: Venturing in vegetable garden & maize farming

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Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount

$445.69

Date disbursed

Aug 10, 2021

Repayment status

Late

Projected term

2 months

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: 5% of $445.69 = $31.24

Lenders

J

Joshua

United States

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