Poultry rearing

Gilbert Rosana

Kisii, Kenya

Funds disbursed

$0 to go

100% funded of $100 goal

0

days left

Entrepreneur

Name

Gilbert Rosana

Member since

June 2014

On-time repayments

9 installments  •  0%

About Me

My story
Gilbert Rosana is a
young Kenyan
businessman, who is
ambitious, humble and
go getter, an
administrator by
profession who exploits
every opportunity that
comes his way and
above all sees God as
his Hero and puts every
trust in Him. Am a first
born in a family of two a
position that equips me
fully with responsibility,
self reliance and action
taker so as to set a
good example to my
younger sibling and
other youths to the
society at large. Being
born and raised in a
humble Christian
background makes
respect a core value in
dealing with every
person from all walks
of life.

My Business

Mine is a small scale
poultry farm business
dealing with keeping of
hens and there after
reselling of eggs,
chicken and meat. I
consider poultry farming
because
1. Food is one of the
basic needs of man
regardless of the
economic situation,
human beings must
feed and since domestic
birds are consumable
that makes poultry
farming feasible.
2. High population
indicating a high demand
for food that is eggs
and meat.
3. With increased
awareness on the
health implication of red
meat and birds are a
source of white meat. I
make a large profit of
20,000/= kshs. from the
chicken per month,
helping me to invert
more in the business.
The business faces
many challenges such
as:
1. Outbreak of diseases.
2. Pests and predators.
3. High capital for the
upkeep.
4. Non-availability and
affordability of
vaccines.
However with all these
challenges the returns
are good

Loan Proposal

As I stated above after my course I started venturing in Agriculture more often rearing of poetry. I have been in this activity for more than one year and I really enjoy it since I supply some hens in big hotels and sometime in ceremonies. In such special occasions one hen goes in the USD 5.51 so as I get the loan I will go in for more poetry. This will increase the number of eggs in a day. In Kenya one egg goes for USD 0.17 for each. Let say if I add 20 hens using USD 66.21 then in a day I will have 20 eggs which means in a day I will make USD 3.33 and in a week USD 23.33 which means I will be able to repay back the loan.
In Kenya agriculture is doing very well even other than normal business.
THANKS A LOT GOD BLESS YOU.

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Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount

$100.16

Date disbursed

Jan 12, 2015

Repayment status

Late

Projected term

2 months

Cost to entrepreneur

Lender interest: $100.16 at 7.14% annual rate over 2 months = $1.36

Service fee: $0.71

Lenders

S

stroll

Stockholm, Sweden

Vesa

Helsinki, Finland

A

AlexH

United Kingdom

J

JessicaAna

Maputo, United States

ToddTho

World Wide, United States

LutianaPablo

Rome, Italy

KM

Kirsty M

United Kingdom

rjb

Phnom Penh, Cambodia, United Kingdom

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