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Maasai women in business

Maasai women in business
WINNIE MALLYA, FIELD REPORTER MAGUGU, TANZANIA

In Magugu today I met Naseriani, a mother of three and jewellery maker. Naseriani is a member of the Megugani women group supported by World Vision. Naseriani joined the group back in 2006 when her husband had abandoned her and to Nairobi in search for a job. He had left her with nothing to support herself and their children.  

Since joining the group, Naseriani's life has changed. "I have managed to take care of my children with the money I get out of selling beads. My children eat good meals and I can afford to take them to school," she says.  

With help from Kiwi supporters, World Vision has helped women like Naseriani support their families through trainings on entrepreneurship, modern farming, and savings groups. Naseriani has hopes of buying a tractor to help her on the farm and to start a commuter business. The future is looking bright for Naseriani and her family.  
 
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