Light Workers

Perpetual Light Fund Winner 14

Moses Kinyanjui Njoroge, Winner of the $100 Microenterprise Fund (June 2007)

This Light Award is sponsored by Thea Westra at Forward Steps

Moses Kinyanjui Njoroge is 35 years old and a father of 3 children. All of his children are of school-going age. His wife is unemployed but assists her husband in running their dairy business. They have four dairy cows. Moses's income comes from the sale of dairy products which include fresh milk and yogurt. To supplement this income, he also runs a car wash business at Ngecha in Limuru.

The dairy business has a lot of potential for growth given the fact that Ngecha is 15 km from Nairobi where he supplies the dairy products, and there is very high demand for the products. Moses wants to take advantage of the high demand and expand his business. Moses is requesting a loan of $1000 which he intends to use as follows: buy an extra dairy cow at $650 and purchase a chuff cutter at $350. He is a very dedicated farmer and has received several loans from Eb-F, all of which he has repaid on time. He is committed and has potential for growth.

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