A loan of $2,000 helped a member to purchase tree farm inputs such as eucalyptus seedlings and fertilizer, as well as to pay for technical training and maintenance support.


Loyce's Group's story

Loyce, age 32, is a farmer who grows maize and peas to earn a living. She also keeps goats. Her husband is a driver and they have five children. Both Loyce's agricultural businesses face the challenges of water and food shortages. She decided to join the KOMAZA microforestry program because she saw that other members of her community were growing trees as members of the program and they were doing well. With her loan funds, Loyce intends to purchase tree farm inputs such as eucalyptus seedlings and fertilizer, as well as to pay for technical training and maintenance support. With the profits from her tree farm, Loyce plans to pay for her children's educations and to meet the daily needs of her family.

In this group: Loyce, Dzende, Jumaa, Paris
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