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Goat for livelihood support for poor women

by Azad India Foundation
Goat for livelihood support for poor women
Goat for livelihood support for poor women
Goat for livelihood support for poor women
Goat for livelihood support for poor women
Hamida
Hamida

Dear Friends,

We are happy to present our progress report of the project 'Goat for Livelihood support for Poor Women’ which started one year back by Azad India Foundation. We identify the potential women beneficiaries who have no financial support and give them goats to supplement their income.

We had given 1 pair of goats to Hamida from village Sathbolia, Block Pothia at the inception of the project. She is a divorcee deserted by her husband. She has 3 children without any steady source of income. She works as a landless labor during the time of cultivation.

She diligently raised the goats and as goats multiply faster from the last report three months back , now she has 7 goats. She says, “I am raising these goats as an investment for my children’s educational needs.”

Maifunisa from the village Aambari was also given one pair of goats. She had 3 goats out of which she sold one at the time of need. She feels that these goats give her sense of security, as she has no other asset.

We need the funds to reach out to many more women like Hamida and Maifunnisa.

Donating now will enable us to purchase goats at a fair price and ensure that the women receive the best breed. Goats are bought locally as their chances of survival are highest in Kishanganj.

Warm Regards,

Maifunnisa
Maifunnisa
Hamida with her goats
Hamida with her goats

Dear Friends,

We are happy to present our progress report of the project 'Goat for Livelihood support for Poor Women’ which started one year back by Azad India Foundation. We identify the potential women beneficiaries who have no financial support and give them goats to supplement their income.

We had given 1 pair of goats to Hamida from village Sathbolia, Block Pothia at the inception of the project. She is a divorcee deserted by her husband. She has 3 children without any steady source of income. She works as a landless labor during the time of cultivation.She diligently raised the goats and as goats multiply faster now she has now 5 goats. She says, “I am raising these goats as an investment for my children’s educational needs.”

Jhariman from the village Suhagi was also given one pair of goats. She has now 3 goats having sold one at the time of need. She feels that these goats give her sense of security as she has no other asset.

We need the funds to reach out to many more women like Hamida.

Donating now will enable us to purchase goats at a fair price and ensure that the women receive the best breed. Goats are bought locally as their chances of survival are highest in Kishanganj.

Warm Regards,

Jariman with her goats
Jariman with her goats
Aslima
Aslima

Dear Friends,

We are happy to present our progress report of the project 'Goat for Livelihood support for Poor Women’ which started one year back by Azad India Foundation. We identify the potential women beneficiaries who have no financial support and give them goats to supplement their income.

We have given goat to Aslima from village Kaliyaganj, Block Pothia. Her husband deserted her at a very young age. She works in the near by eatery to support her two children. The income from the goat will provide additional funds in the long run to such families.

We need the funds to reach out to many more women like Aslima.

Donating now will enable us to purchase goats at a fair price and ensure that the women receive the best breed. Goats are bought locally as their chances of survival are highest in Kishanganj.

Warm Regards,

Ansara from village Marya
Ansara from village Marya

Dear Friends,

We are happy to present our progress report of the project 'Goat for Livelihood support for Poor Women’ which started six months back by Azad India Foundation. We identified the potential women beneficiaries who had no financial support and gave goats to three women from marginalized families.

We have given goat to Ansara from the village Marya She has 3 sons and one daughter and work in the fields to support her family. Her young sons suffer from some genetic disorder due to which they are immobile below their waist. Her husband Rafique is a labor but spends most of him time carrying his sons around.

Surajnisa from the village Shafkat Nagar is a divorcee who has no support system. Hanufa from the village Shafkat Nagar stays with her husband who is blind and unable to work. She has 3 daughters and 2 sons.

The income from the goat will provide additional funds in the long run to the families.

We need the funds to reach out to many more women like Ansara, Surajnisa and Hanufa.

Donating now will enable us to purchase goats at a fair price and ensure that the women receive the best breed. Goats are bought locally as their chances of survival are highest in Kishanganj.

Warm Regards,

 

 

 

 

Hanufa from village Shafkat Nagar
Hanufa from village Shafkat Nagar
Surajnisa from village Shafkat Nagar
Surajnisa from village Shafkat Nagar
Asma
Asma

Dear Friends,

We are happy to present our second progress report of the project 'Goat for Livelihood support for Poor Women’ which started six months back by Azad India Foundation. We identified the potential women beneficiaries who had no financial support. Finally we got funds through donations from GlobalFGiving and gave third set of goats to three women from marginalized families.

We have given goat to Nazira from village Koltha whose husband is seriously ill and cannot look after the family. She has 5 daughters and one son and work in the fields to support her family. Mafunisa from the village Arrabari is a widow who has no support system.She stays alone as her children have abandoned her.She does odd works which are barely sufficient for her.

Asma from the village Phoolbari stays with her husband who after having accident injured his back and now unable to work. The income from the goat will provide additional funds in the long run to the families.

We need the funds to reach out to many more women like Nazira, Mafunisa or Asma.

Donating now will enable us to purchase goats at a fair price and ensure that the women receive the best breed. Goats are bought locally as their chances of survival are highest in Kishanganj.

Warm Regards,

Nazira
Nazira
Mafunisa
Mafunisa
 

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Azad India Foundation

Location: Kishanganj, Bihar - India
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Project Leader:
Yuman Hussain
Kishanganj, Bihar India
$402 raised of $1,200 goal
 
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