A loan helped a member to buy more foodstuffs such as rice, groundnuts and cocoa for resale to her customers.


Kasulenge 11 Tususumuke Womens Group's story

Madina is a hardworking woman. She is a member of Kasulenge 11 Tususumuke Womens Group, where members guarantee one another to access financial services.

Madina is a 35-year-old married woman with five children. She lives in Bundibugyo, Uganda. She is hardworking and deals in selling foodstuffs. She also gets an additional income from growing cocoa.

She is involved in the businesses to earn an income and meet the basic needs of her family. Local people are her main customers. She is challenged by competition and limited capital that hinders her future prospects of buying more land for cocoa growing and paying school fees for all her children.

Madina has asked for a loan to buy more foodstuffs such as rice, groundnuts and cocoa for resale to her customers.

In this group: Madina, Jeremaih, Magret, Elizabeth, Asia , Consolate, Mariam, Jogina, Gorret, Evacket, Faith, Getrude, Evailet, Quilina, Jonas, Isaya, Annet, Annet, Annet-, Margret, Anifah, Jane, Annah, Anamaria, Miria, Deogracius, Ketty, Raheli


This loan is special because:

It targets extremely rural populations.



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