A famine is imminent. Struck by tropical cyclones, crippled by price shocks in food, energy, and fertiliser, compounded by a poor harvest, families in Malawi are already facing hunger.
Mrs Alifosina Mkonde is the proud mother of eight children, and lives in the outskirts of Lilongwe, Malawi. 11 years ago, she set up a small grocery stall selling rice, groundnuts and maize to support her family.
She dreamed that her children would get the education she never had. In reality, the family lived in extreme poverty and often went for weeks without food. Imagine the heartache of putting your children to bed hungry.
Determined to make a change, Mrs Mkonde joined a MicroLoan group in 2012, receiving extensive business training and a loan of just A$40.
Take a look at where she is now.Success stories
“Humanitarian actors have not yet mobilized enough resources to fully mitigate the impacts of back-to-back...
MicroLoan Zambia has continued its good performance in 2022 – we have already surpassed our...