Meet 29-year-old Sharon Matenderuke, a hardworking mother of three. Sharon is part of the 19 232 women whose livelihoods have significantly improved through Hand in Hand Interventions
Sharon received the Hand in Hand Zimbabwe entrepreneurship trainings in 2019 and this allowed her to join Bethel Self Help Group. Bethel SHG members are into horticulture and their monthly proceeds have greatly aided members who previously struggled to make ends meet.
In order to increase her income base, Sharon is also into boiler production and she sells her broilers after every six (6) weeks locally. She receives an average profit of $120 per month from both enterprises.
Through her hard work, she has managed to pull her family out of the financial crunch they were in. She can now afford to pay school fees for her two (2) school-going children and provide basic household items which she previously couldn’t afford.