Tweyambe Mutukula Women Group
She is a 31-year-old engaged woman with two children living in Bundibugyo, Uganda. For ten years she has been selling clothes. She started the business after dropping out of school because of an unwanted pregnancy and her parents' refusal to send her back after giving birth. Her main hardship is inadequate capital to meet the various demands of her customers.
Her personal goals are educating her children and building a permanent house for the family, as they are currently under a mud-wattled dwelling.
The purpose of the loan is to buy new clothes to sell ahead of the Christmas season. She intends to expand her business into new market areas and also diversify her business to include farming.
This is a Group Loan
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