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Anathi first success story

Setting up a gardening and poultry group

Anathi Jindela, RAP’s Livelihoods Coordinator, has shared the details of his first success story! It is a gardening and poultry group called Makukhanye (there must be light), and consists of 15 members ranging in age from 16 to 65 years.
When Anathi began working with the group, there were challenges with knowing how to set up a project and work as a team. They had also had minimal financial literacy, making it difficult to properly manage and sustain the project.
With his help, the group has now started a project with a group constitution, a committee, and a name. They were able to to raise funds and start an agricultural (gardening) and poultry project for household food security and income generation purposes.
They have also joined a community-based savings and credit group, which was introduced by RAP. This includes financial education, which will also help them learn about the importance of savings and how to grow their business through savings rather than debt.
The group appreciates the support of RAP and the enthusiasm and patience of the Livelihoods Coordinator to help and support them as they grow their projects. 


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