Kyenjojo Twekembe Womens Group
Godfrey is happily married with four good-natured children. Three of his kids are in school and doing well.
Week in and week out, Godfrey says his sales returns total 30,000 Ugandan shillings. His hope is that once he puts his loan proceeds into good and efficient use, his business's prospects will see a new lease on life. Godfrey wants all the best for his family and business and he says he will go to every length, not only to improve on their current circumstances, but also to ensure that they both will enjoy a good and prosperous future. On the side, Godfrey also runs a commercial transportation business.
Godfrey says he will use this loan to purchase high grade manure to improve his tea farms.
This is a Group Loan
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