BAHO NEZA INTEGRATED HEALTH CAMPAIN ONWARD
What we do
MUHAWENIMANA after benefiting two courses on GSLA and SYB through economic capacity building program. Back from training, she had the idea to rent an avocado tree to start marketing them in the town of Gisenyi and Goma in the DRC. With weekly savings that she was doing, she asked first 10000 Frw of loan where she added 5000 Rwf she had received during training on GSLA in order to rent the avocado tree for a period of one year. For the first harvest she got 40000 Rwf of income and for the second harvest in the same year she won 20000 Frw. Of this sum for this year 2012 she rented again 2 avocado trees at 30000 Frw. When these trees are waiting for harvesting period, she buys and sells to Gisenyi market tomatoes, pineapples, eggplants and peppers.
Mediatice says that on every sale she earns between 1500 Rwf and 2000 Frw of benefits that allows it to feed the children at home and solve other problems in relation to the family’s expenses.