When Jennifer came for PEP training, she was told that as a housewife she shouldn’t be sitting back and waiting for her husband to feed her, but should put self to work, making oil, etc in order to make money to contribute to the family.
She “put the knowledge into action”, harvesting cassava, which once sold she decided to move into growing/selling tomatoes, also some fishing. She now has chickens in the home, and increasing the number of those means that she’s now been able to buy 2 goats, and continues to expand.
Food is no longer a problem as she can eat whatever she wants as she can grow it, and the school fees and ‘scholastic materials’ can be purchased for the children. She is incredibly thankful for PEP.
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