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Subsistence farming
Malawi Large Transfers
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access_time over 1 year ago
What do you plan to do with the cash transfer?
Receiving this money means that I will first improve my house. I plan on buying 10-15 bags of cement and plaster it. Then I will buy 4 bags of white lime to have it painted. Then I will buy a tin of rainbow paint for the doors and the windows. Furthermore, I plan on buying interior doors for the rooms that don't have doors in my house. I plan on having all this done in a week's time after receiving the money. I am unable to put prices on these items because I don't know their current costs but this is how I plan on spending this money.
What is the happiest part of your day?
On a daily basis I am happy when I get money from my local beer selling business for then I am able to provide for my family's needs such as food and clothing.
What is the biggest hardship you've faced in your life?
As a household I am facing one challenge and that is household level development in terms of decent looking house. I don't feel fulfilled with my house as I wish I could do more and have it plastered and painted with white lime. This would bring me satisfaction and happiness.