Butungisa Bakyara Twimukye- Group
This 37-year-old lady earns about 15,000 Uganda shillings as profits per week from her agriculture activity and pays school fees for 4 of her 5 children who are in school.
Her children are between the ages of 1 and 15. She says they are very helpful for her activity, especially during the holidays. She has been in this business for 6 years.
She is an agriculturalist who profoundly values education and it's from this basis that she has a dream of educating all her children up to the very high institutions of learning.
Mary intends to use her Kiva loan for paying fees for her children.
This is a Group Loan
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