By Chukulisa Roba

Due to the rising cost of living, minimal job opportunities, and insufficient incomes, our caregivers struggle to make ends meet and provide for the basic needs of their families. Through Complimentary Interventions, we set up a project to assist them start-up income-generating businesses. The project aims to empower caregivers to become economically self-sufficient and improve the livelihood of their families.

In the PCEA Thogoto Parish Church program, we see Caroline Gathoni who has successfully empowered herself by practicing pig farming. Her business has progressed well, enabling her to gain financial freedom.

Read more in the 28th Edition of Jirani.

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