62 installments • 84%
My name is Geoffrey Siocha from Nakuru - Lanet division. I was born and raised up in Kisii County in Kenya.
I grew up in Kisii which is an agricultural zone and is evergreen and fertile. We were introduced to farming at a tender age since our parents were full-time farmers. They practiced both livestock and crop farming in large scale.
I started rabbit farming soon after my secondary school upon arrival in Nakuru. The demand for rabbit meat was high and I spotted an opportunity and went for it.
I keep about 20 rabbits and I am planning to enlarge my current rabbit pen to accommodate about 100 rabbits.
Besides rabbit rearing, I have managed to rear chicken and dairy goats over time. I currently have 200 chickens and two dairy goats.
I have also been able to open a small information center to serve my community. The center has gradually grown with the help of Zidisha. I help to improve computer literacy skills to the members of my community for the betterment of the future since there is a great advancement in technology in our country and beyond.
I currently intend to buy seats that are more comfortable, in my information center, to curb the challenge that I have heard from customer complaints in the recent days
after buying two computers for cybercafe business, i realise there is a high increase in demand and i am not able to satisfy the community need for services. i need to add some four desk top computers and see how the business will run.
Mar 8, 2018
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: $31.72
Geofrey opted to pay $211.96 into the Zidisha Members Loan Fund in return for a higher starting credit limit.