ZAZA RISING
 

this is not just a bakery

 
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Every contribution starts here and will impact generations.

 
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Jean

is 45 years old and has 4 children. She is the quiet type and usually gets all the pans greased and ready for the bread. When the bakery is not in operation she makes around $4 per month.

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Verena

is 55 years old and has 1 child. She is hard of hearing but strong so she tends to take on the laborious tasks such as fetching water and firewood for the bakery's oven. When the bakery is not in operation she makes around $5 per month.

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Liberata

is 30 years old and has 2 children. She might have trouble walking but she is skilled at ensuring the bread has a "good image." When the bakery is not in operation she makes around $3 per month.

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Paskazi

is 45 years old and has 3 children. With previous baking experience, she is a great asset to the team and one of the best bread kneaders. When the bakery is not in operation she makes around $7 per month.

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Anathalie

is 41 years old and has 1 child. Anathalie was voted president of the bakery. When Christine is gone she takes over. The bakery has allowed Anathalie to purchase a pig for breeding. When the bakery is not in operation she makes around $7 per month.

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Louise

is 57 years old and has 2 of her own children and another 3 adopted children who became orphans during the genocide. Her specialty is baking our biggest loaves. When the bakery is not in operation she makes around $5 per month.

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Goretti

is 51 years old and has 2 adopted children, who are genocide orphans. Goretti commutes one hour to the bakery and has been able to buy a pig for breeding with her earnings. When the bakery is not in operation she makes around $5 per month.

 

Every donation can

improve standards of living

provide school fees for children

allow for emergency savings

enhance health outcomes

fight the stigmatization of women with HIV

and break generational cycles of poverty.