A loan of $3,075 helped a member to purchase more retail goods like rice, sugar, cooking oil, etc. to resell.

Konoweka Zibba Womens Group's story

39-year-old Hadijah's confidence has always been sky high. The level-headed mother of five says the fact that she believes in her own worth means she does almost everything with gusto and optimism. The last 15 years' success in her retail business can bear testimony to that.

This business which was begun with savings from her farming business grew by leaps and bounds. This growth was not only as a result of the afore-mentioned factors but also her diligence and persistence in the face of adversity. At her retail outlet, she sells a variety of general goods such as beans, soap, maize flour, cooking oil, etc. Weekly her profits total shillings 80,000.

Hadijah says she is requesting this loan to purchase more retail goods like soap, sugar, cooking oil, jerrycans, rice, etc. to resell.

In the group photo, Hadijah is the first lady standing on the left in the back row. By mistake, Harriet, the lady standing next to her, also raised her hand.

In this group: Hadijah, Harriet, Sarah, Margret, Amon, Gertrude, Mary, Jaliat, Ronald*, James*
*not pictured

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