Ishongororo Twekundire Group, Ibanda
Loy is married with six children, all of whom dropped out of secondary school, and she takes care of four dependants, including paying their school fees. She hopes to have her dependants attain the best education--more than what her own children have. She needs a loan to help expand her business by buying more farm inputs for better production.
This is a Group Loan
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