Kayeka Group have received micro loans from The Microloan Foundation (MLF) through CARE International?s Lendwithcare.org programme.  They live in a very remote location, more than a two hour drive from Kasungu.  The ongoing draught affecting many regions in Malawi has exacerbating their situation as they all live mainly from farming and the last harvest was very poor.  Also, their location is very remote, with only 26 families and there are not enough customers.    They told us however that they have been able to buy goats, 1 pig, a bicycle to be used as a taxi for one passenger (this is common in Malawi) and another one is building a house, others have bought radios and chairs.  The group expects that they will be able to make the repayments so they can take another loan and continue in business. They have plans for new businesses, for example one member of the group wants to make bread for sale, another one wants to keep livestock.  The Village Man (the authority in the village) came to the meeting and told us that he was happy MLF had come to the village.  He told us that he would like the village people to have access to solar equipment and fertilizer for the new crop cycle starting in October/November.

 

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