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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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Judith's family
access_time almost 5 years ago
Judith enrolled.
"The biggest hardship I face in life is that I lack money to build a house because I lack a good and reliable source of income. "
Tom's family
access_time almost 5 years ago
Tom enrolled.
"The achievement that I am proudest of is that I have been able to take my son to school up to secondary school level using cash that I got from the sale of my farm produce even after the death of my wife."
George's family
access_time almost 5 years ago
George enrolled.
"The achievement that I am proudest of is that I have been able to build a house that I now stay in using cash that I had been saving from the casual jobs that I was doing. "
Sheba's family
access_time almost 5 years ago
Sheba received a $99 initial payment.
"I am planning to spend it on making chairs ."
Linet's family
access_time almost 5 years ago
Linet received a $99 initial payment.
"I am planning to spend it on building a new house and a kitchen."
Anjeline's family
access_time almost 5 years ago
Anjeline received a $495 second payment.
"GD their money is nonrefundable while other NGOs you must refund there money."
Caroline's family
access_time almost 5 years ago
Caroline received a $99 initial payment.
"I will add my son 15000 KES from this upcoming lumpsum payment and invest the remaining 35000 KES in poultry farming."
Judith's family
access_time almost 5 years ago
Judith received a $99 initial payment.
"I am planning to spend it on building my own home ."
Alfred's family
access_time almost 5 years ago
Alfred enrolled.
"The biggest hardship is that we have no source of income and meeting our daily needs is very hard."
Fred's family
access_time almost 5 years ago
Fred enrolled.
"The biggest hardship is lack of a good paying job."