A loan of $2,050 helped a member to buy stock for her retail shop.

Kweeba Development Association Group's story

Jesca is a 40-year-old resident of Mutundwe and a divorced mother of four children. She, therefore, has a very big responsibility of taking care of her children by providing them with education, shelter, clothing and medical care.

She operates a small retail shop that she started with the purpose of meeting her daily needs like taking care of her children. She has been in this business for 10 years and has a dream of setting up a wholesale shop to increase her income and productivity in the near future. Jesca's major challenge is lack of enough capital to purchase more stock. She, therefore, needs a loan for buying more commodities for the shop. Jesca's neighbors commented that she’s a hardworking and dedicated woman.

In the photo are 10 members of the group and the loan officer at the front in a red shirt.

In this group: Jesca , Alex , Matiya , Merabu , Rose, Achielo, Salome, Dorothy, Yudaya, Grace , Shamim*
*not pictured

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