A loan of $1,975 helped a member to buy items like fresh yellow bananas, tomatoes, oranges, onions and other items for her grocery shop.


Karokarungi Tutungukye Group's story

Jackline is a married woman working hard to ensure that her five children are provided for. She runs a grocery shop with an aim of making money to sustain herself and the family. She also practices farming as her other source of income. She says she faces challenges of defaulters and prolonged droughts, though promises that she would love to see her children through school. The purpose of the requested loan is to buy items like fresh yellow bananas, tomatoes, oranges, onions and other items for her grocery shop. She is a member of Karokarungi Tutungukye Group where they have group guarantorship.

In this group: Lawrence, Edson, Julius, Fred, Leonidas, Yohana, Airet, Silvah, Goret, Patricia*, Jackson, Jackline, Maria, Stellamaris, Generous*, Petero, Justine*
*not pictured


This loan is special because:

It targets extremely rural populations.



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