All hardworking people the world over deserve a fair chance.
Here in the UK, to be an entrepreneur is to be special – imaginative, willing to try new things and take risks. But when you live in a country like Kenya, you have to be inventive and hardworking just to survive.
Kenya is a poor country and the area in which Julia lives is one of the poorest. People there are particularly affected by drought and malnutrition and 63% live in poverty.
But with training in water conservation, business skills, and collective negotiation, Julia and her fellow farmers can adapt their methods to beat climate change and come together to negotiate a fair price for their produce.