Naomi is strong, motivated, and a true businesswoman.
In 1999 Naomi became a widow, her husband becoming yet another victim of Aids. For years she struggled to support herself and five children on the small tomato plantation left by her husband until she was eventually forced to begin selling at a local market as well to make ends meet.
With the introduction of Kukula, Naomi took out a much-needed $50 loan to expand her food stand business to the productive enterprise it is today. Currently, all her children are able to go to school, and she even has enough left over to enjoy little luxuries, like milk for tea, which was beyond their reach before.
Thanks for your continued support in helping women like Naomi get a heads start in life
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