Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas

by Association For Women's Awareness and Rural Development
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas

Thank you for the kind donations of 16,602 USD and all your support throughout . Our women vegetable club is successfully growing and is currently in its 5th year as more women wants to be the part of the project who wish to start the vegetable farming.

4 of the women groups have recently farmed, bitter gourd and peas as it is high in demand. Selling their first cycle to the markets, they have earned quite a good profit of  (1000-2000 per day) . Two of the women groups in Tehsil Samundri , Faisalabad have cultivated apple gourd and cucumber. As the lockdown has been lifted up , the demand of the vegetable is high and is giving a good profit to all the beneficiairies.  

The beneficiary Nadia is very excited. According to her " I used to work in the farms for someone else and remained under paid for many years . I cant beleive that i have my own farm and i can grow whatever i want. I am paying back the installments on time and I wish to acquire more land in future. Few beneficiaries have asked for the loan amount again after succcessfully completing the loan cycle.

 

AWARD require a generous support from you to bring out the women of rural areas in Pakistan from Poverty. 

 

 

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Thank you for the donations of 16,295 USD . Our women vegetable club is successfully growing and is in its 5th year with more application have been received for the loan from the farmer women who wish to start the vegetable farming.

The women groups have recently farmed, cabbage as it is high in demand. Selling their first cycle to the markets, they have earned quite a good profit of  (2000 per day) . Two of the women groups in Tehsil Samundri , Faisalabad have been given a new loan to cultivate vegetables . As the lockdown has been lifted up , the demand of the vegetable is high and is giving a good profit to the beneficiairies.  

The beneficiary Mukhtaran is very happy and excited. She is paying back the installments on time and beleive to continue to develop it by acquiring more land in near future. Few beneficiaries have asked for the loan amount again after succcessfully completing the loan cycle.

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Thank you for the donations of 15788 USD . Our women vegetable club is successfully gowing and is in its 4th year with more application have been received for the loan to start the vegetable farming.

The women groups have recently sown cucumber,  capsicums, bitter gourd beans and turnips. Selling their first cycle to the markets, they have earned quite a good profit of  (2000 per day) . Two of the groups have sown  Apple Gourd along with the corriander which has provided them mild profit. With the arrival of the COVID- 19 , the demand went lower therefore the prices of the vegtables dropped consistently.  

As with the lockdown coming to ease, the demand is getting higher and with that the income too. The beneficiaires are very happy and excited. They are paying back the installments on time and beleive to continue to develop it by acquiring more land in near future. Few beneficiaries have asked for the loan amount again after succcessfully completing the loan cycle.

 

 

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We thank you for the donations of 15603 USD . We beleive that our vegetable club ihas successfully entered in its 4th year as more application have been received for the loan to start the vegetable farming.

The women who already got the loan have sown radish and turnips. Selling its first cycle to the local markets has given them quite a good profit (2000 per day) . The previous vegetable was Apple Gourd but accoding to them , it didnt give them the good profit. One the one side of the land, they have sown peas which is also expected to give them a handsome profit as the demand is high in the market. 

 

Overall , the business is turning into a sustainable livelihood option for them and the beneficiaires are very happy and excited. They are paying back the installments on time and beleive to continue to develop it by acquiring more land in near future.

One of the beneficiary Irshad is very happy . She has started sending her children to school with the amount she is saving from her business. She beleve that it will bring prosperity in her home and she woudl be able to educate all of her children. 

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Dear Friends,

 

Thank you for your support and your donations.We are pleased to anounce that donations has been devreased .The total amount received so far by the project is USD 15,203. The project has been successfully achieving results and the donations for this project has been increased. The loans which were given to the previous groups have started yielding results. The women farmers of the 3 groups are successful in growing Beans , Green Chillies and Brinjals. After this, the groups will start preparing the land for Corn . From October there will be Cucumber, Bitter gourd and green peppers.  

 

The profit varies with every crop . With Beans , Chillies and Brinjles the profit earned by the groups was average 30000 PKR per month. It was reduced to 25,000 PKR with the secind crop and with Corn it will increase to 35000- 40000 PKR. 

 

The next groups are ready for the loan and will start earning money in the next quarters. The women are happy and are contributing to support their families.

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Association For Women's Awareness and Rural Development

Location: Faisalabad - Pakistan
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Project Leader:
Azeem Christopher
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Faisalabad, Pakistan
$16,603 raised of $30,000 goal
 
106 donations
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