Purchase of wheelbarrow, jembes and crops for farm

Brevely Kiptoo

Nakuru, Kenya

100% repaid

Entrepreneur

Name

Brevely Kiptoo

Member since

January 2015

On-time repayments

32 installments  •  59%

About Me

My name is brevelykiptoo from Kiamunyi in the outskirts of Nakuru town of Nakuru county.

Professionally am an electrical engineer having studied Electric engineering from Rift valley institute of science and technology but have never had a formal employment.
To feed my family and pay my bills, i practice farming in my home where i cultivate mostly vegetable.

My hobbies are travelling and watching sports.

My Business

I have a farm at Kirobon village bordering Kiamunyi estate- that i inherited from my parents. It is the land that has been my source of food and income.

I plant mostly vegetables especially kales. My main customers are from town and the neighbouring estates.

Currently i am planning to transplant kales that are now ready in the nursery.

Loan Proposal

Currently my equipment for farming activities had worn out and with these loan am going to purchase new jembe,fork and spade.The price of the jembe is $25 and the price of fork is $15 and the price of spade is $10.These equipments will help my farming activities to improve because the equipments will be readily available to be used in time of work.

I need a loan of Ksh 4474 to buy assorted farm tools and crops to help expand the farm. The increased profit will be used to repay the loan and buy food for my family.

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Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount

$49.16

Date disbursed

Mar 16, 2015

Repayment status

On Time

Projected term

7 weeks

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $1.86

Lenders

sebastienrosa

Quebec, Canada

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ToddK

Indianapolis, IN, USA, United States

RasmusF

Södra Sandby, Sweden

McJulio

New Jersey, United States

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