Teadora José lives in the district of Quelimane with her children and grandchildren and is a beneficiary of the “Rural Quelimane” project, co-financed by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation.
We had already met her in the second and fourth episodes of the videoblog “Stories of Rural Quelimane”, in which she told us about her work in the fields.
Production and sales are going well also this year, despite the Covid emergency. With the money earned from the marketing of agricultural products, Teadora and her family can cover household expenses and buy school supplies for the children.
The rainwater collection cistern, built thanks to the project, guarantees domestic water for the entire neighborhood.
Teadora is also experimenting with new dishes with the vegetables she produces, thanks to the cookbook.
Watch the video and listen to his testimony: