A loan of $500 helped to increase the number of chicks as well as purchase alternative sources of energy.


Christine's story

This is 47-year-old Christine from Harare the capital of Zimbabwe, which means "one who does not sleep." She is married with six children, three attending school. Christine runs an agriculture business selling chickens. The business has been in operation for one year. She says the main challenges faced are lack of capital and chickens dying due to cold weather when the electricity goes out. Christine has requested a loan of $500 for restocking and buying alternative sources of energy to keep the chicks from the cold. She says the extra income generated as a result of this loan will allow her improve payment of school fees and keep more chickens away from the cold. In the future, Christine plans to rear chickens at a large scale.



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