A visit at her home in Soweto slum, Kayole, tells a lot about a great transition Home of Hope has brought into her life.

Florence Mutua, a mother of three children attributes that it was not easy to make ends meet before Home of Hope helped her to venture into her business.

Being a slum dweller, life was not easy, feeding from hand to mouth was the order of the day. Whatever little she would get would only serve for that day as she waited for another miracle.

But an opportunity struck on her door when she enrolled in Home of Hope’s Small Business Development Program where she was trained in business skills and a micro-loan was given to her to start a business.

She now has more than 30 hens most of which are layers, she is able to sell eggs and hens. This has enabled her feed, cloth and educate her children.

“Indeed a woman empowered is a society empowered”.

Thank you sponsors for making it possible for women like Florence raise her children.


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