Chikumbutso, now selling farm produce
Chikumbutso is a married young man with two children who also takes care of his nephew and niece. He got a new EquallyAble wheelchair in 2016, and in 2018 we visited him to find out how he was getting on.
He farms maize, soya beans, and poultry and runs a business selling farm produce. He did previously have a wheelchair, but it had many mechanical problems and could not be repaired. He could not visit the farm to supervise workers and direct activities. This led to a poor harvest and challenges in accessing markets for sales and supplies.
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He said that his new wheelchair had enabled him to revamp his businesses and start producing better harvests and profits. He is now able to sustain his family and pay school fees for his nephew and niece. Chikumbutso is pictured attending to a customer who wants to buy ground nuts which Chikumbutso will mill into ground nut flour for him.