Projects

 

SIG PRIVATE BANK FOR AGRIBUSINESS (SPBA) – KENYA PROJECT 1

SPBA objective is to unlocking the potential of medium size farms in Kenya in line with the vision and mission of Segros International Group Inc. (SIG).

SPBA will be carried in two phases. As matter of laying the foundation for the overall project SIG will first implement SPBA Foundational First Phase PROGRAM (SPBA FFPP) in a span of two years reaching out three thousand (3000) medium scale farmers operating farms ranging between 10 and 100 acres in Western Kenya providing them with the necessary management business and financial plan skills and knowledge of modern commercial farming. Once the initial program is accomplished SPBA Lending Second Phase Program (SPBA LSPP) sets to provide credit to twenty-five thousand farmers (25, 000) farmers operating farms ranging between 10 and 100 acres across all counties of Kenya in a span of five years.

 

SIG WOMEN ENTREPRENEUR FUND (WEF) PROJECT 2 (A) KENYA

SIG WEF PROJECT would be providing funds technical support and training to women member-based self-help group’s women. The loan scheme will be operational for a five-year period. Its target beneficiaries are officially registered self-help groups numbering 29,235 with a membership of 1,135,950. The­ loan that includes a reasonable rate of interest provides a grace period of six months with maximum of one year and half of repayment. Training and technical assistance is to be provided in a six-month period in a series of three cycles.

WOMEN ENTREPRENEUR FUND (WEF) PROJECT 2(B) KENYA

In addition to supporting Women Self-help Groups, SIG WEF plans to support women who are already engaged in cooperative society in all business sectors: manufacturing, agriculture food, textile and apparel, Travel and tourism, housing, energy, arts, health, forestry, fisheries, retail, service, and more. The loan that includes reasonable rate of interest provides a grace period of six months with maximum of one year and half of repayment. The project will reach out two million twenty-five thousand (2,025, 000) engaged in cooperatives. The training and technical Women members of cooperative societies will follow the provision of training and technical to women self-help group. It follows the same pattern as that of the women self-help group in that it is to be provided in a six-month period in stages as indicated in the table above in a series of three cycles.

In addition to supporting Women Self-help Groups, SIG WEF plans to support women who are already engaged in cooperative society in all business sectors: manufacturing, agriculture food, textile and apparel, Travel and tourism, housing, energy, arts, health, forestry, fisheries, retail, service, and more.

 

DAIRY FARM ROJECT 3

 

HATCHERY PLAN  PROJECT 4