Farming and animal rearing

Drolence Nakiyini
Loan group 
Munaku Kama Biafra 2610
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
19/10/2020
Business plan 
Drolence is a farmer of all fresh food she farms coffee, maize, beans ground nuts and a banana plantation. Her crops are both cash and food crops which are often in the gardens all the year waiting the season to harvest. She wants to take out a loan such that she can be able to buy fertilizers and manure to boost her banana and coffee plantations for better yields and she hopes to gain more profits that she will use to carter for her children.
Personal situation 
Drolence was raised by her mother without her father, she is the last born of 6 children, after the death of her mother she went to live with her elder brothers. She got pregnant and delivered her brothers asked her what she would do for a living and she told them she would manage salon work. They opened for her a salon and later took her to school where she trained for two years and now works in her salon.
$167
Date of birth 
1980
Children 
1

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