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A loan of $6,500 helped a member to purchase seedlings and fertilizer and pay for technical trainings and tree farm maintenance support.


Kenga's Group's story

Kenga is a 64-year-old father of 10. He and his wife are both farmers. He grows maize, cowpeas, and bananas. He also raises goats and is a charcoal trader. Kenga faces the challenges of drought, unreliable transportation and food shortages in his work and life. Kenga wants to become a KOMAZA farmer so that with the proceeds from his tree farm, "he will be able to educate his young children in the future."

In this group: Kenga, Kahindi, Karisa, Kidhuku , Katana, Sylevester, Mwenda, Dama, Nyevu, Nzingo, Betty, Joyce, Mwenda



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