Farmer, Delia Soko
Delia works extremely hard to manage her family of 4 children and a granddaughter living with her. A borehole will provide enough water to serve her family. With the time she saves, she can expand her farm and start a garden to supplement her financial efforts and provide a more stable life for her family.
Delia Soko is married and has 6 children; two are independent of her support but the other 4 are living with her and a granddaughter in Durila village of Khova ward. She is an industrious woman farming field crops in the outskirts of the village.
Delia has a plan to start a business garden where she wants to grow cabbage, rape, onion and tomatoes. Embedded with the desire to acquire skills in business management, she attended the two days of business training organized by Jacana in Khova ward. During the Jacana business training, Delia showed that she has good ideas and is smart enough to manage and expand her business.
Jacana supported Delia with a partly sponsored borehole plus pump
So she can:
- expand her garden activities
- get access to cleaner water for the household.
Edward Tembo drilled a borehole and installed a pump at Delia Soko’s house.