A loan of $4,750 helped a member repairing his motorcycle for better services.


Paul's Group's story

S. Paul is the leader of Munaku Khama group in Jinja. He is a hard working, dedicated and friendly man with no children but helps to care for so many relatives, including orphans. Paul has been a boda boda cyclist for 2 years yet this is his 6th loan with the group. In this business, Paul says they face a lot of challenges like the high robbery rate of the motorcycles, plus the high fuel prices. Due to his hard work and good customer care, he is able to make weekly profits of 80,000. He is saving so much so that he will be able to buy a pickup truck for business, as well as improve the living standards of those he cares for. He hopes to use his loan to repair his motorcycle and after that he will be able to buy a new one. (In the Photo is Grace, the Kiva Coordinator in an orange top, and Robert also working with Pearl Microfinance)

In this group: Paul, Rose, Sarah, Josephine, Annet, Fina, Petu, Regina, Peter, Masitula, Rose, James, Hadija, Irene, Cissy, Sarah, Alice, Scovia, Juliet, Betty, Joyce, Josephine, Harriet, Naome, Issa, Shamim
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