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	Elizabeth Nibigira is the mother of three children. In 2009, CARE&#39;s DUSHIGIKIRANE project came to strengthen the economic capacities of women ex-combatants.<br />
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	I quickly entered into a solidarity group of women and girl ex-combatants of 25 members, initiated by the project. We focus on savings and credit . The project has trained us in rice production by renting land and purchasing agricultural inputs.<br />
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	Our solidarity group has just collected 4,302,000 francs which is equivalent to $3,585. Can you imagine what it means for a solidarity group of women ex-combatants like us? I think we will become millionaires in a short time, something we never dreamed of! At rice harvest, I can eat and sell, earning more money. What an honor, thanks to CARE!<br />
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	In addition, I asked for a loan of 80,000 francs(about $ 70) from my solidarity group so that I can sell kitchen utensils (pots, cups, bowls, plates,) and I am now earning about 40,000 francs ($35 per month), an amount I never had in my life. My solidarity group has also opened a restaurant and we&#39;re earning more than 15,000 francs a day ($10). I can now easily take care of my children&#39;s food, healthcare and school needs.</p>

 

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I 93 land

er CARE til stede.

63 millioner

mennesker fikk hjelp av oss i 2017.

95 prosent

av alle innsamlede midler går til de som trenger det.

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Vi er til stede i 90 land, mens CARE Norge har et
spesielt ansvar for ni.

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