A loan of $3,000 helped a member to pay for eucalyptus seedlings, fertilizer, training and plantation maintenance support.


Zawadi's Group's story

Zawadi, a name that means "present" in Swahili, is a thirty-two-year-old dryland farmer and mother of six children. She grows maize and raises goats; her husband is a farmer too. Due to drought, her agricultural business faces low yields and subsequently her family faces food shortages. Zawadi is joining the KOMAZA microforestry program so that she will "have money to buy food and will educate the children."

In this group: Zawadi, Kadii, Thabu, Zawadi, Dadi, Voli
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