Rachel Mwihaki Miano

She joined PAWDEP about 10 years ago after being adviced by fellow women friends. She saved with PAWDEP and was advanced a loan to help her build some rental houses.Together with h

Jane Njeri Ngaruiya

She joined PAWDEP in 2006. After saving for 3 months, she acquired a loan of Ksh 10,000 which she used to buy a small sewing machine. Her business prospered and was able to repay t

David Njenga

"I knew PAWDEP through a friend who had benefited from it."He acquired a loan which he used to open an animal feeds busines which flourished and was able to clear the loan. He took

Agnes Wanjiru Kuria

She attributes her success to God who has enabled her to put more effort in what she does. “When my husband passed away, people thought that I would not make it alone. They w

Grace Nyawira

Creative art and craft have always been her passion. While in Karoti Girls High School in Kirinyaga District, she studied art and design. The course fine tuned her talent and after

Mrs. Watetu

Mrs Watetu is a member of Ndumberi Women Group. She has been a member since the group inception in PAWDEP. She started by saving two hundred shillings which a compulsory group was

Esther Ngonyo Njuguna

Esther journey to her current status started at a very humble point. Initially, she could not consolidate even five thousand Kenya shillings on her own. She learnt about the PWDEP