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Kenya Large Transfer
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access_time 17 days ago
What do you plan to do with the cash transfer?
Receiving this transfer means so much to my family and me. This is because it offers me a chance to change our lives. I plan to purchase food with the first transfers. Since we've not had enough money to purchase food. We plan to buy one sack of maize at $60 and some basic needs with the remaining amount of the first transfers. For the second and third transfers, we plan to pay school fees for our children Debra and Diana who are in High school. In addition to this, I need to pay for my son's school fees Gideon completed school last year and has not been able to get his certificate. The transfers will greatly lessen our financial burden.
What is the happiest part of your day?
My happiness in the past 6 months has come from my husband who managed to take my daughter Debora to boarding school. This delighted me so much because she has been taken to a very good school.
What is the biggest hardship you've faced in your life?
At the moment we are facing a lot of challenges. One of the most pressing challenges is the lack of money. I have two children, Debora and Diana who are in High school and because of lack money, I haven't been able to pay for their school fees. In addition to this, we don't also have enough money to purchase food and other basic needs. This has been made worse by the high cost of living which has made life very difficult for my family and me.