Bakery of one beneficiary of the funds
After some months without carrying some of its activities (in particular activities related to education and income-generating activities) due to Covid-19 pandemic, Tushirikiane is now starting to implement some of the suspended activities. Schools have resumed and children are benefitting from assistance and Tushirikiane is again trying to see how to resume income-generating activities on a larger scale.
As previously reported, Tushirikiane had managed to get 3 projects started and these are still going on, though sometimes facing the impact of Covid-19. However, all the three projects, like many other financed under other programmes, have managed to go on with their businesses. Just as a reminder, out of $ 1324 disbursed, Tushirikiane had spent Ksh 115,000 ( equivalent to about $ 1066) o those 3 projects before funding was suspended following the outbreak of Covid-19.
Tushirikiane is now in the process of helping members establish Self-help Groups and is considering another project to finance under this initiative with the remaining amount of about around Ksh 30,000.
In particular, the project of making doughnuts is doing well and is expanding and some pictures are attached in this report.
The bakery is being expanded
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