A loan of $500 helped to purchase inputs like eucalyptus seedlings and fertilizer, as well as to pay for technical trainings and plantation maintenance support.


Remus's story

Remus is a forty-one-year-old farmer who lives in Chasimba. He is married and has seven children, six of whom are in school. Remus’s wife is a farmer.
In addition to the income that he hopes to receive from the sale of his KOMAZA trees, Remus is also a butcher. He primarily sells beef and goat meat to schools in the area. He says that the major challenge to this business is a lack of clients.
Remus said that he joined KOMAZA because it is a long-term project, and he is excited about the money in the future. He hopes to be able to purchase a business car with the proceeds from the sale of his KOMAZA trees. He would also like to build a rental house.
When asked about his favorite part about working with KOMAZA, he replied, “the officers are perfect and excellent in their work”.
He believes that in ten years, he will be somebody else. He wants to operate a wholesale outlet for timber and hardware. His advice to other butchers is to join KOMAZA so that they can earn their living in a good manner.
In the photo, Remus is pictured with his family.



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