Nabweru Development Group
Update on Nabweru Development GroupPatrick is 28 years old. He is a member of Nabweru Nansana Development group. He is single, however he has a lot of responsibilities taking care of his siblings and the children of his late brother, who passed away three years ago.
At the tender age of 16, Patrick started his business of brick laying in order to earn income to be able to pay his own school fees. Due to insufficient funds, Patrick did not go far in his studies; however, he never lost hope but continued to work hard to see to it that his siblings and dependents succeed in their education.
Patrick wants a loan to boost his bricklaying business so as to be able to continue paying school fees for his dependents, and also to cater to life’s basic needs. He is grateful that he has somewhere to turn for financial assistance when the going gets tough. Thank you, Kiva lenders.
Previous Loan DetailsRuth is 35 years old, a resident of Nabweru, and a member of Nabweru Development Group. She is married and has four children, who all attend school. Despite the fact that she earns little income, Ruth also takes care of her brother’s children, because he passed away two years back. Ruth started… More from Nabweru Development Group's previous loan »
Concurrent and Successive Loans
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