Chicken farming

Miriam Kasiva

Nairobi, Kenya

100% repaid

Entrepreneur

Name

Miriam Kasiva

Member since

January 2014

On-time repayments

66 installments  •  97%

About Me

My name is Miriam Kasiva ,am a mother of two sons,i live in Nairobi Kenya Komarock Estate Mkanju Court House no 11.I went to School in the rural home at school called Mukaa Secondary School in 1970 and went up to the 4th form.I then went to Nairobi to join Insurance college of East Africa and got a certificate in Marketing I worked for insurance company since 1995 -2004 after which i joined Network marketing. Have been in different network companies since.Have earned good money in sales and traveled different countries,currently am in Organo gold a business of selling coffee,and i intend to enlarge my business and get more Profits.I intend to sell my coffee all over East Africa.

My Business

My business is Organo gold.I am in coffee business,Coffee is the second sold commodity after oil in the world.Everyone takes coffee or tea for break fast.I intend to enlarge my business All over East Africa,and since the company has not get opened its doors in most of the Africa Countries i will use the money to sent the coffee to them as samples.Also i would like to help other people who can not afford to join the business to do so,because the joining fee is close to 22,000 kenya shillings.The profit magine is good,Wholesale per box of coffee is 1500 kenya shillings while retail goes sales for 3000 kenya shillings.

I have since expanded my business thanks to my lenders in zindisha,I have invested in chicken farming and i am seing great results.i started with only few chicks and now i have over 300 chicks.my dream with this new business is to became a supplier in most of the hotels around.I would request my renders and zindisha to kindly consider giving me a second loan so as to achieve my goal of 1000 chicks by september.

Loan Proposal

I still what to increase my stock of chicks,this time round i want to import the kuroiler chicks from my neighbouring country Uganda.i would love to try them because they grow very fast and big too.I intend to use at least 100 dollars for my transport to Uganda almost 240 dollars to purchase the chicks.I would like to request my lenders to kindly support me again.

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Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount

$356.27

Date disbursed

Jul 9, 2015

Repayment status

On Time

Projected term

4 months

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $14.35

Lenders

M

marvin24

Giessen, Germany

W

winfried

Seoul, Republic of Korea

KyRoamer

Louisville, Kentucky, United States

johnandmoliehi

Canton, New York, United States

MienDeGraeve

Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

C

cflint

Springville, United States

A

anonymous123

United States

SeeMeeFi

Ontario, Canada

jimmycarterforever

Missoula, United States

C

cardiff

Falls Church, United States

D

DogFort1

Sydney, Australia

Genady

Münich, Germany

O

OrientExpress

Tokyo, Japan

Z

zvrk2014

Brookline, MA, United States

Romojo

Paraparaumu, New Zealand

S

Samhall8

Brandon, Canada

J

jsbisa

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

B

bscent

Hong Kong

Taylor Hanna

United States

V

vbud

United States

E

edbean

United Kingdom

C

cha1mers

United States

C

cocolo

United States

T

twm3823

United States

J

johnrmeier

United States

melissapmeier

United States

O

ORBP1

Germany

D

djlayton4

United States

Heiko

Haan, Germany

V

Vanessa

Gold Coast, Australia

G

Graham

United States

United States

Julia

United States

RB

Richard Busby

United States

MD

Michael Dahl

United States

B

Brent

United States

Solon Brown

Singapore, Singapore

K

Karen

United States

DC

Dan Crosby

United States

Martin Nielsen

Aarhus, Denmark

P

Paul

Netherlands

A

Andrei

United Kingdom

JA

Jonathan A.

United Kingdom

M

Mart

United Kingdom

K

Kevin

Australia

Mattie Shaw

Seattle, United States

R

Raluca

United Kingdom

McKenzie Dodge

Oregon, United States

M

Maria

Netherlands

Christopher Hey

Sudbury, Canada

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Summary

Amount repaid

$374.08

Amount remaining

$0.00

Date repaid

Dec 5, 2015

Status

Fully repaid

Repayment History

Expected Payments Actual Payments
Jul 19, 2015 $20.62 Jul 20, 2015 $20.62
Jul 26, 2015 $20.62 Jul 25, 2015 $20.62
Aug 2, 2015 $20.62 Aug 6, 2015 $20.62
Aug 9, 2015 $20.62 Aug 6, 2015 $20.62
Aug 16, 2015 $20.62 Aug 6, 2015 $10.31
Aug 21, 2015 $10.31
Aug 23, 2015 $20.62 Aug 21, 2015 $10.31
Aug 26, 2015 $10.31
Aug 30, 2015 $20.62 Aug 26, 2015 $10.31
Aug 30, 2015 $10.31
Sep 6, 2015 $20.62 Sep 6, 2015 $20.62
Sep 13, 2015 $20.62 Sep 13, 2015 $20.62
Sep 20, 2015 $20.62 Sep 20, 2015 $20.62
Sep 27, 2015 $20.62 Sep 27, 2015 $20.62
Oct 4, 2015 $20.62 Oct 5, 2015 $20.62
Oct 11, 2015 $20.62 Oct 11, 2015 $20.62
Oct 18, 2015 $20.62 Oct 18, 2015 $20.62
Oct 25, 2015 $20.62 Nov 1, 2015 $20.62
Nov 1, 2015 $20.62 Nov 9, 2015 $20.62
Nov 8, 2015 $20.62 Nov 16, 2015 $20.62
Nov 15, 2015 $23.57 Dec 5, 2015 $23.57

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