Margaret Wanjiru is 49 years and very hard-working lady living in Kanamba village with her father who is 80 years old. Margaret is a mother to her 5 children and a guardian to 5 other children of her mentally sick sister, Mary 44 years of age without any capacity to attend to herself or her children. Mwangi, Margaretâ€™s first born, is physically challenged and is also epileptic. He has been employed by a friend of his grandfather as a shepherd but only gets enough for a dayâ€™s meal. Margaretâ€™s main challenge as she explains is raising school fees for the children 6 of whom are in school. She has found a little help from the government through bursary but is never enough for all the children to go through school. She also explains that meals enough to feed the whole family is very rare and they have gone without food on many occasions especially when she hasnâ€™t found paid work for that day. She is a casual laborer in the village and also does green peas farming in a hired farm to provide for the familyâ€™s basic needs. She explains that her strong faith has helped her cope with the situations in her life hoping Godâ€™s favour will come her way for the sake of her family to live a better life. Serve to empower Africa- (SEA) is partnering with Margaret family and will support her with a reliable sustainable source of income to benefit everyone who depends on her. As a hard-working lady, the identified suitable economic activity for her is to hire a land to carry out a crop farming activity on top of buying her a dairy cow and a few chickens for eggs.