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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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Christina's family
access_time 3 years ago
Christina enrolled.
"The biggest achievement so far is my good farming routine which has brought me this far"
Sheila's family
access_time 3 years ago
Sheila enrolled.
"The biggest hardship is family life my husband has been stubborn and neglecting so it's me who always has to stand by and provide for my children because with him even though he works most of his focus is on the outside women"
Mourine's family
access_time 3 years ago
Mourine enrolled.
"My biggest hardship in life is poor source of income to support my family."
Mary's family
access_time 3 years ago
Mary enrolled.
"My proudest achievement is that we have struggled to and bought a cow."
Millicent's family
access_time 3 years ago
Millicent enrolled.
"My biggest hardship in life is poor source of income to sustain my family."
Lilian's family
access_time 3 years ago
Lilian enrolled.
"The biggest hardship was when my husband was sick and my son was also sick to an extent I thought I was loosing all of them by bad luck I lost my husband which has been so hard to come by till now."
Judith's family
access_time 3 years ago
Judith enrolled.
"My proudest achievement is that is we have struggled to build our own house."
Caroline's family
access_time 3 years ago
Caroline enrolled.
"The greatest achievement am proudest of are my poultry they keep me going for am able to sell at least once in a while"
Emilly's family
access_time 3 years ago
Emilly enrolled.
"My biggest hardship in life is poor source of income to support my family."
Rose's family
access_time 3 years ago
Rose enrolled.
"My biggest hardship in life is poor source of income to sustain my family."