By Nancy Kitangwari - Administration & Finance Officer
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Updates on the progress of new family micro-enterprises
In April this year, we conducted home visits to all the guardians of the reunified children under our family-based care programme to monitor new microenterprises that we established for them during this period of Covid 19 so it can boost the level of their income since most of the microenterprises that had been implemented earlier were affected by the covid-19 pandemic.
The new microenterprises are progressing well and some of the guardians have started to earn some income out of them. The microenterprises established included livestock farming, Maasai beadwork, poultry and salon business. Kindly find the attached complete report together with success stories and pictures we gathered from guardians.
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