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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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Rose's family
access_time almost 4 years ago
Rose enrolled.
"My biggest challenge is that my income is so small to sustain my family."
Judith's family
access_time almost 4 years ago
Judith enrolled.
"My biggest hardship is that we do not haveva steady job"
Judith's family
access_time almost 4 years ago
Judith enrolled.
"My biggest hardship is that I do not have steady income to sustain my family."
Mercy's family
access_time almost 4 years ago
Mercy enrolled.
"The achievement I am proudest of is the fact that I have been supporting some orphaned children by staying with them in my home. "
Rose's family
access_time almost 4 years ago
Rose enrolled.
"The achievement I am proudest of is feeding my family with the little pay that we get from doing casual work. "
Phoebe's family
access_time almost 4 years ago
Phoebe enrolled.
"The biggest hardship I am facing in my life is the burden of paying school fees and college fees for our children. We don't have much resources to pay their fees. "
Alice's family
access_time almost 4 years ago
Alice enrolled.
"The achievement I am proudest of is the fact that I am taking good care of my children. "
Peter's family
access_time almost 4 years ago
Peter enrolled.
"The achievement I am proudest of is building my own house, where I stay with my family. "
Margaret's family
access_time almost 4 years ago
Margaret enrolled.
"The achievement I am proudest of is building my own home where I live in peace. "
Beatrice's family
access_time almost 4 years ago
Beatrice enrolled.
"The achievement I am proudest of is the fact that I have always supported my children through their education, by paying their school fees and buying them other necessities. "