|Title:||Sudan_SUSTAIN_Supporting Small-scale Traditional Rainfed Producers_November_2017|
Ghisma Moussa Ali, 30, at her mobile telephone recharging shop.
She was trained by SUSTAIN project as the paraveterinary for the village of Kabotisa.
She is separeted with one daughter and before the training lived in poverty.
Now with her job her income increased and she bought a solar panel for her mobile telephone recharging shop.
She also bought some chairs and tables for her house.
In the future she want to move to the town of Sinja in order that her 15 years old daughter can attend high school.
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