We recently heard from our Hyderabad project in India about several mothers of sponsored children who are exemplifying the potential of families living in poverty. Here’s the story of Meena, enjoy!
Ours is a large family. We have a total of 12 people staying under one roof.
I am the eldest daughter-in-law of the family. My husband and his two brothers run a food delivery service on the side of a busy street. The other ladies of the household and I support them by preparing chutneys, curries, mixing the flour for dosa (a type of crepe or flat pancake) and also by washing dishes.
My husband’s family has been in this business since before we were married. My son, Shiva, is sponsored through CFCA.
When I got the opportunity to take a loan from my CFCA mothers group for the first time, I purchased a grinder.
Before this, we used to mix the dough and grind it manually in a stone grinder.
Now with the help of an electric grinder, our work is much easier. Read more