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Impact Stories From Our entrepreneurs

I wanted to learn how to manufacture yoghurt and fruit juices. I browsed through "Helping Hands" website database and contacted upto ten trainers. Finally I settled on K.I.R.D.I who then incubated me for 6 months. I currently run a Busy Cottage industry employing 10 youths.

Leah Mwihaki Kirinyaga

I was looking for an institution that would assist me take my fish farming venture to the next level. On the Agri-Biz Support Section, in the Helping Hands Website, I compared and called 30 institutions. Samaki Ltd impressed me most. To date, they have taken me through 3 trainings and supported my farming with fingerlingd and high yield feeds.

Kevin Ochieng Kisumu

As an entrepreneur keen on joining the construction sector, I was groping in the dark not knowing where to get help. Luckily a friend of mine told me about Helping Hands Website. I found an entire listing dedicated to Women-Business Suppor. I contacted Women in Real Estate Organization who Responded in kind and gave me advice and insight on what it takes to join the Real Industry.

Brenda Nanjala Bungoma

ReviKnowing about emerging entrepreneurs support programmes is now super easy. I stumbled upon the Stanbic Bank Funding Programme in the Helping Hands Website. The bank took me through what it takes to access business support and a loan facility. To me Helping Hands is the best thing that happened in the MSMEs Landscape.

Simon Rotich Eldoret