The AKDN project company Frigoken, Kenya’s largest exporter of processed green beans, endeavours to forge a better future for the country’s small-scale farmers. The company employs over 3,000 people, most of whom are women, and supports around 70,000 small-scale farmers. Photo: AKDN / Lucas Cuervo Moura

FITSAL funds members who are farmers (livestock and crop) to boost their businesses. This loan helps the farmers buy feed, seedlings, fertilizer and whatever other products or equipment they may require to ease the process of growing crops or livestock. The loans are given for a longer period than any other loan and this is because we understands the need for the crops and livestock to grow before they can be sold to generate income. The tenor of agric finance is usually 6 – 12 months.


  1. Membership registration
  2. Loan application letter
  3. Completed loan application forms
  4. Equity Deposit (10% of loan principal)
  5. 2 passport photograph
  6. Means of identification