A loan of $3,475 helped a member to buy more merchandise for resale.


Gloria's Group's story

T. Gloria is a hardworking and principled 30-year-old lady who, for three years, has had a merchandise shop as her business where she sells mostly home-consumption commodities. She is a married lady with three children aged 6, 3 and 18 months with only the eldest in kindergarten. She also cares for two orphans.

Previously, Gloria used to operate from Ryamatumba trading centre but now works from Bwaise in Kampala where she is able to make weekly profits of 100,000 shillings. She says that her level of cleanliness attracts more customers and she has a dream of owning a wholesale store as well as having all her children finish school. She needs a loan to be able to purchase merchandise for resale since her loans help to expand her capital base.

In this group: Gloria, Hope, Yosam, Aziz, Yowas, Francis, Kellen, Jane, Pancaracio, John, Annet, Albert, Ephraim, Polly*, Christopher
*not pictured


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