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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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George's family
access_time almost 3 years ago
George enrolled.
"The biggest hardship is that I am physically disabled on my left arm,which prevents me from doing a lot of work."
Mary's family
access_time almost 3 years ago
Mary enrolled.
"The biggest hardship has been,being in dept and not being able to pay."
Pamela's family
access_time almost 3 years ago
Pamela enrolled.
"The biggest hardship is sickness, my husband is also at the hospital and money is required for him to be discharged."
Benter's family
access_time almost 3 years ago
Benter enrolled.
"My proudest achievement has been taking care of my children,without anyone's support."
Victoria's family
access_time almost 3 years ago
Victoria enrolled.
"I have a family of my own and a roof over my head"
Teresa's family
access_time almost 3 years ago
Teresa enrolled.
"The biggest hardship is sickness which at times we are not able to get proper treatment."
Evans's family
access_time almost 3 years ago
Evans enrolled.
"The achievement I am proudest of is that I am educated and I have hopes of securing a good job in future."
Penina's family
access_time almost 3 years ago
Penina enrolled.
"My proudest achievement was being able to build a better house with my savings."
Everlyne's family
access_time almost 3 years ago
Everlyne enrolled.
"My proudest achievement was switching from a leaking grass thatched house to a metal roofed house and I am happy that I'm not being rained on anymore and that this house will protect me from all odds."
Tabitha's family
access_time almost 3 years ago
Tabitha enrolled.
"The biggest hardship I face in my life is having to live with HIV because I get frequent attacks and I lack money to eat well and get proper medication."