199 weekly installments • 90%
I grew up in rural Kenya, and i managed to get education. I am university graduate in Bachelor of agriculture and veterinary studies. Since completing my studies i have not yet gotten a government job. So i decided to go into farming, so as to cater for my basic needs. I borrowed money from my sister to buy a green house so as to practice farming.
i decided to do farming so as to get good money to educate my kids .
I like doing voluntary work in my community during my free time.
I basically rear chicken, and do horticulture. I have 40 chicken some of which are laying eggs, and i also plant tomatoes, onions and cabbages.
I have equally started bee farming, right now i have 7 beehives which i am about to harvest in October.
i chose this kind of business coz it requires little capital to start and i have ready market for my products
I need a motorbike to be able to pick the feeds of my cows and poultry. I normally pick them from a far market and it costs me a lot to hire for transport.
I will also use the bike to take milk and eggs to the market.
The bike costs 1500 dollars.
With this loan and what I have saved I will be able to buy a new bike
Dec 28, 2017
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: 5% of $1,285.32 = $57.78