Cleanser manufacture skills training
Constance used to be sent away during the October-April rainy season to her parents' village to work the land. She would be away from her husband for the whole six months, which was bad for their marriage. They were often unable to pay for the village school fees, so their children could not study.

SEED taught Constance how to make polish and household cleansers, which she sells in the market. Now her family stays together throughout the year and, with her earnings, she is able to send her children to a better school in the city and look after her extended family better.

Help SEED to train others like Constance in Zimbabwe's disadvantaged communities by sponsoring a parent.

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