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GDLive Newsfeed
We check in with people at each stage of the cash transfer process to see how things are going. Take a look at some of their stories as they appear here in real-time. Learn more about how recipients opt in to share their stories.
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Josphine's family
access_time over 2 years ago
Josphine enrolled.
"The biggest hardship I face is getting school fees for my children as my husband got an accident which makes him not to work as he is the sole breadwinner."
Caroline's family
access_time over 2 years ago
Caroline enrolled.
"The biggest hardship that I face is raising school fees for my children."
Jack's family
access_time over 2 years ago
Jack enrolled.
"The achievement I am proudest of is being able to pay school fees for my children even when times are tough."
Erick's family
access_time over 2 years ago
Erick enrolled.
"The achievement i'm proud of in life is that I own some property inform of livestock."
Collin's family
access_time over 2 years ago
Collin enrolled.
"The biggest hardship i have faced is feeding the big family that we adopted following the death of my parents in-laws."
Pamela's family
access_time over 2 years ago
Pamela enrolled.
"The achievement i'm proudest of is that i got good harvest in the last season."
Shine's family
access_time over 2 years ago
Shine enrolled.
"The achievement that we are proudest of is that we have constructed our house where we live comfortably."
Mary's family
access_time over 2 years ago
Mary enrolled.
"The biggest hardship i have faced is that sometimes I and my family go without eating anything due to lack of food."
Peter's family
access_time over 2 years ago
Peter enrolled.
"The biggest hardship i have faced in my life is that sometimes back we had nothing to eat this truly subjected me to famine with my children."
Rose's family
access_time over 2 years ago
Rose enrolled.
"My greatest achievement in life was building this house where I currently live in from sales of cotton farming."