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Meet TheLadies

Njariri

Njariri has two co-wives. She is married with five children. Four of them are in school and one is still too young to start. Njariri’s dream is to build a permanent cement house with a water tank, electricity and a gas stove. Njariri would like to use the money she earns from her beadwork to start up a small business and dress her children.

Josephine

Josephine is married with two children of her own. One of them is in school, whilst the other is too young. Josephine’s dream is to save enough money to start her own business. Josephine wants to be financially independent and use the money generated from beading to pay for clothes and utensils for her family.

Naimodu

Naimodu is married with five children of her own. Her dream is to build and install a solar system. Naimodu joined the beadwork project to earn an income for herself

Nalangu

Nalangu has one co-wife. She is married with four children. Three are in school and one is too young. Her dream is to have a permanent house with a water tank, electricity and a gas stove. She would like to use the money she earns from her beadwork to start a small business and pay school fees for her children.

Noolarami

Noolarami is married with four children. Three are in school and one is too young. Her dream is to be able to pay school fees and educate her children. She currently uses her money to educate her children.

Nalamai

Nalamai is married with six children of her own. All are in school. Her dream is to buy livestock and to start a small-scale business. She wants to be financially independent and educate her children. She uses the money generated by beadwork to meet her basic needs.