We Help Someone For Chicken Feed


I confess, after all the ‘chat’ on my latest post, it was the word vaccines which initially attracted me to Rumbidzai’s application. That, and I really like eating chicken.

Here’s what Rumbidzai’s application had to say:

Rumbidzai is a 20-year-old businesswoman who lives in Gokwe North District, Zimbabwe. She has been successfully operating a poultry project for over 11 months and employs one person to assist her. Rumbidzai spends her spare time at the local secondary school. There, she fulfills her Camfed Learner Guide duties, such as teaching students new ways of learning. With the loan from Kiva, Rumbidzai intends to purchase more chicks, chick feed, and vaccines. With the additional profits, she hopes to pay school fees for her siblings and financially support her family.

Here’s a short video to give you an idea of what Kiva does:

If you’re interested in trying this out, click on this KIVA LINK and check it out. You put up US$25, choose someone to help and you’re away. So much good for so little outlay – and you get it back!

Our family loves Kiva. We love what they do, we love how it makes us feel and we love letting others know how it works.

If you’ve already joined Kiva, it’s that time of the month – repayments from your previous loans are in. Check out your account and lend that money to someone else trying to make a better life for themselves and their families.


“Raising a family on little more than laughs.” 


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