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Kituyi's family
Kituyi
landscapeCountry:
uganda
workOccupation:
Subsistence farming
faceAge:
44
workCampaign
Uganda Disaster Response
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2nd Payment
Transfer Amount
4664420 UGX ($1197 USD)
access_time 27 days ago
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How is your life different than it would have been if you never received the transfer?
I want to build a big house enough for me and my family
In your opinion, what does GiveDirectly do well, and what does it not do well?
I'm grateful to GiveDirectly support because it transformed by life
What did you spend your most recent transfer(s) on?
I bought land, because i want to grow enough crops
 
Initial Payment
Transfer Amount
2339550 UGX ($615 USD)
access_time 4 months ago
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Describe the moment when you received your money. How did you feel?
The mobile money message came in the morning and found her in the garden,she was very excited and first thought of buying a cow so that they enjoy milk as a family
Describe the biggest difference in your daily life since you started receiving payments from GiveDirectly.
They can now have a balanced diet with the compliment of milk
What did you spend your most recent transfer(s) on?
A cow because it provides milk and meat
 
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access_time 7 months ago
 
What do you plan to do with the cash transfer?
With the cash transfer, I plan to buy land worth USD 1111 in Bukhaweka which is a flat area and good for settlement where we shall stay without any worries about landslides. I will also purchase a cow of USD 694 which will with time provide us milk for domestic use and selling to get money for buying food and books for children to go to school. The balance of USD 138 will help us to pay school fees for children and food as we plan to improve on food security.
What is the happiest part of your day?
In the last three months, I harvested maize and beans which has helped us improve on food security in these months.
What is the biggest hardship you've faced in your life?
I currently face the challenge of landslide which threatens us all time that may lose our lives and property. We also a problem of poverty which comes as a result of crops and property destruction. We also face a challenge of sickness which takes a lot of money and makes us fail to pay school fees for school going children.