A loan of $3,900 helped a member to purchase more garments, metal boxes and wall clocks for her business.

Twekembe Kikooza Group, Mukono's story

It is a fledgling two-year-old general merchandise retail business that is growing at a leaps-and-bounds rate. The person at the helm of it is a resourceful woman with a sense of business purpose. She goes by the name of M. Sarah, a 36-year-old happily married mother of four buoyant school-going children.

In Kikozza, Mukono, where Sarah operates from, she is held in high regard on the basis of her quick profit grist-to-the-mill business success. Notwithstanding the fact that she rents the premises where she operates from, she has consolidated her profits with her stringent saving modus operandi. Her business, that started off small two years ago, is now a steady and reliable source of livelihood for Sarah. In a month, she earns to the tune of 200,000 Ugandan shillings.

An upbeat and self-assured Sarah is anticipating a rejuvenating push in her business operations with the acquisition of this loan. She wants to restock her shop with a variety of general merchandise goods like clothes, metal boxes and wall clocks.

In this group: Sarah, Florence, Joyce*, Jane, Robinah, Immaculate, Getrude, Agnes, Norah, Norah*, Gladys, Lydia
*not pictured

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