A loan of $1,325 helped a member to buy more chicks and build a water storage.


Gevifer Ngoda's Ngorogoro Group's story

Genifer Ngonda, age 55, is a widow with six children (ages, 36, 34, 32, 30, 27 and 25). She has a chicken business which she started in 1987. She opens from 7am to 5pm daily and is able to make a monthly profit of about $435.


In the past Genifer has taken out three loans from Tujijenge Tanzania to buy chicken feed. She hopes for a new loan to build a water reserve pit because of the shortage of water in her area. She also plans to buy more chicks. Genifer will share this loan with her subgroup, which belongs to Ngorongoro, who deal in selling fish, soap, clothes, rice and the tailoring business.


In the picture Genifer is the 1st from the left.

In this group: Genifer, Khadija, Swida, Maida, Febi, Asha



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