- Promoter: O VIVEIRO TETE – Sonha com os Anjos
- Recipients: 12 workers from the O viveiro Center, 10 teachers and 30 students that will participate in the training program organized at the center, around 70 families from the Tete community involved in the program to launch small businesses.
- Harambee Contribution: 10,000 Euros
The project offers training for young women interested in launching small agricultural business. The project will be held at the O viveiro Center in Chitima, in the city of Tete, a homeless shelter set up by the O Viveiro Tete Association that offers support for local girls who have experienced difficulties during their studies. The activities will involve the school and local community.
Samantha Jaime Nsikuzã, 18 years old, wants to become a businesswoman who serves her community. Your help will enable her to get the education she needs to carry out this dream.
My name is Samantha and I am 18. I was born in Tete and have been attending the Tete Secondary School. This year I finished year 12 with a focus on science. I was raised by and still live with my grandmother. She has 9 grandchildren. My mother re-married and lives in Zimbabwe. My father is still alive, but I have never met him. In my free time I like reading, writing, watching the news and singing. In January I will start working at the O Viveiro Center in Chitima, where I will cultivate crops and teach the orphans living in the Center. I am very interested in anything that has to do with the development of agricultural production and am sure I will receive a good, practical education by working with the agronomists at the Center. I really like working in groups. My dream is to receive an education in food production and transformation that will allow me to then teach others. One day I hope to open a store so I can help my community and support my family.