I bought a small mill machine with my KSH 50,000 loan (approx. AUD $515) from the group. With the purchase I am now getting about KSH 3-5,000 (approx AUD $31-51) profit every month. That money supports my farming activities and pays school fees for my child in primary school and child in high school. As…

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When women are economically empowered, typically they re-invest in their families future and children’s education. Despite this, many women remain stuck in the informal economy and struggle to break free from intergenerational poverty cycles, without viable opportunities to increase their income, save money and transition away from subsistence living. 88% of Kenya’s 15 million  informal…

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