Forcused Women's Group
Catherine has been operating a hotel and retail shop in Kihihi market for 2 years and she is able to make a weekly profit of 100,000 UGX. Catherine’s customers are mostly within the town of Kihihi. She says that she started her business with capital from agriculture and that she has been able to expand it by being cooperative, friendly and hardworking. Her dream is to be able to expand on a large scale and for her family to develop. Catherine needs a loan in order to restock her business with more foodstuffs for the hotel and general merchandise for the shop.
This is a Group Loan
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