Your action by the numbers
The human impact determines the number of people directly benefiting from the project. Of course, this is the nuclear family of the carrier (spouse and children) but also of all the persons for whom he or she may be responsible (spouse, mother, siblings, nephews, etc.). In Africa, it is indeed very common to collect under one's roof or provide for the needs of certain members of the larger family when they are in difficulty. It is a true solidarity that allows us to always share a little of what we earn.
The financial impact determines the increase in income that the project will generate for the holder's household. This is based on the net margin generated by the activity. This is a very useful parameter because it shows that in the majority of cases, Seekewa projects provide farmers with additional resources that radically change their living conditions.