Poultry farming Business
chicken rearingMs. Virginia Njeri has a poultry farming business. She has been a client of ASA Kenya, Kikuyu Branch in Kiambu County for the last 3 years. She is currently on her fifth cycle loan of Kshs. 60,000 having started with a loan of Kshs. 20,000. Virginia says that ASA Kenya has supported her business to grow as she started with 100 broiler chicken and has doubled the number now. She plans to introduce layers chicken for egg production. She says, “The profits from the business have helped me in my family’s daily household needs and paying house rent. Thank you ASA Kenya”

Fruit And Vegetable Vendor

Mrs. Jerusha Andisi is a fruit & vegetable vendor at Kawangware market in the outskirts of Nairobi. She joined the ASA Kenya program in 2013 & she is currently on her 7th loan cycle of Kshs. 50,000. She is extremely happy about the program which has supported her business for over 4 years now. She hopes that she can graduate to the SBL (Small Business Loan) after completing the current loan and she finds the ASA loan repayment flexible.


AGRIBUSINESSMs. Ann Melelek has been a client of ASA Kenya, Elburgon Branch in Nakuru County for the last 3 years. She started off with a loan of Kshs. 20,000 and is currently on her fourth cycle loan of Kshs. 45,000. She has an agribusiness and has utilized ASA loans to expand the crop coverage from half (0.5) acres to 1.5 acres hence creating job opportunities for those who cultivate the land. She expects that in future ASA will develop an agribusiness product and school fees loan. She says, “Am happy being in ASA Family”

Tailor Dressmaking Business

Masii ClientMs. Pamela Odhiambo runs a tailoring & dress-making business for the last 5 years and joined the ASA Kenya program on 2013. She’s currently in her 8th cycle loan of Kshs. 50,000. Her business has been stable and doing well through the financial support she has been getting from ASA. She is able to buy materials & complete orders in time. She is very proud of the ASA Kenya program and hopes to graduate to bigger loans under the SBL(Small Business Loan) program

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