A loan of $3,050 helped a member rehabilitating her tea plantation for better produce.


Bujengwe Group A, Kihihi's story

T. Lydia is 37 years old and married with nine children aged 20 – 3 years; she also takes care of her parents and six orphans, all in Mayanja Cell. Lydia has been in agriculture for 12 years and her major challenges have been the lack of labour (since most times, everybody works on their own farm and very few are left for paid labour) plus her limited capital. She is able to make 300,000/= a month as profits from the sale of tea which helps in boosting her business.



Lydia always ensures that her customer care skills are good; the location of her business is good, and there is a ready market for her produce plus it is high quality. She hopes to expand her business and educate her children further in addition to having a family with good health. Lydia needs a loan to help with the rehabilitation of her tea plantation so that she can increase her income and be able to pay wages efficiently.

In this group: Lydia, Theresa, James, Edward, Godfrey, Jackson, Ephraim, Abel, Denis, John


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