We are thrilled to share an inspiring story of empowerment and progress! The Mkwayule COMSIP cluster in T/A Chilowamatambe, Kasungu, has made a significant investment of MK420, 000 in a butchery business. Their aim is to increase the group’s capital and enhance the livelihoods of its members.
This group of 30 members aims to enhance their livelihoods and increase capital. Formed under the Social Support for Resilient Livelihoods project, they are creating sustainable growth and economic independence.
Chairperson Misheck Chiotha envisions using profits for personal improvement and a nutrition value chain business to address community needs. Inspiring empowerment and progress!
Learn more about their journey and support their efforts, visit their website at www.comsip.org.mw.