WOMEN TELLING THEIR STORIES

Nnam tem Beng Veronica                 corn beer, soap, and foods seller

Nnam is a mother of nine children who lives in Mutengene a small town in the South West Region of Cameroon.  After graduating from elementary school, she has relied solely on farming for the up keep of her family. With this humble beginnings, she faced lots of challenges to  meet up with the cost of education for her nine children. In her words “I was so happy when I lent of the Micro-Finance project carryout by RUWDEC. In order to pay my children’s school fee and improve on my life, I decided to start a small business. The money from RUWDEC has helped me to increase my capital. I didn’t have any experience in business, but i learned how to properly manage my business through a workshop organized by RUWDEC, and now I can manage my business without any difficulty. Now, i enjoy my business and can earn 6,000cfa a day.”

Nnam’s dream is to further improve her life by improving her business.

RUWDEC is proud to be part of this change.

Nnam is also a beneficiary of our training program on the domestication of snail and propagation of Eru. She looks forward to using this knowledge to establish a snail farm and increase her source of raising income.

Encouraging self help for improved livelihood

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