On the day Gazwa lost her husband, she realised the amount of responsibility that has fallen into her, since she was the only supplier to her family with kids to raise and educate.
Gazwa was a teacher in one of the schools with a minimal monthly wage, this is when she felt the earge of finding a new source of income, when she noticed a small land next to her house and decided to utilize it by planting vegetables in greenhouses.
Gazwa`s journey with the Microfinance Institutions started in 2011, when she took her first loan, that enabled her to reach sufficiency, she managed to complete her children univirsity degrees, improving the residence of her family and arranged the mearraige of some of her children as well. She also managed to recruit a group of women to her project and helped in improving their quality of lives.
“After I lost my hunsband, I decided to stand up and never to surrender, I knew that I had to hold on to that hope which required determination, perseverance and patience. The Microfinance Institutions were my support after God`s blessings” said Gazwa