Norah Ndlovu is a goal oriented and hardworking poultry and horticultural producer from Gqalaza village in Gwanda district.
The 53-year-old ventured into business after joining Hand in Hand Zimbabwe in 2017.
She was immediately taken through the Hand in Hand Zimbabwe business modular trainings and subsequently started her two enterprises.
To date, Norah’s enterprises are doing well. She supplies sasso chickens and vegetables to her local community and makes a monthly profit of US$350.
From the proceeds of her business, she managed to dig a borehole and also take care of her family.
“I extend gratitude to Hand in Hand Zimbabwe for their unwavering support from the commencement of my enterprises to date.
“The vast knowledge I acquired through the trainings increased my business acumen.
“I wish Hand in Hand Zimbabwe would expand its interventions to the rest of the community in fighting against poverty,” she said.
Mrs. Ndlovu is a member of Asakheni 2 Self Help Group and they contribute monthly subscriptions of USD$7 per month with an interest rate of 20%.