A loan of $725 helped a member purchasing more maize grains for increasing capital.

Omukayembe Bakyara Group, Kyenjojo's story

K. Lydia is 50 years old and married with 6 children. Three are still in school and she takes care of three dependants. Lydia is a business lady selling produce from Mukayembe Trading Centre for four years. At the start of her business, people sold maize, but now things are changing, and she is changing too. She now sells other produce, like matooke and cassava, too. Lydia is able to make a 25,500 profit per week. She says that this is mostly attributed to the location of her business, and in the future, Lydia would like to become a wholesale supplier of produce. She needs a loan to be able to purchase maize grains to increase her existing capital and make some more profit for school fees. Lydia is so friendly and would like to see that her children are well off.

In this group: Lydia, Josline, Evaline, Jonathan, Purikiseda, Lakeri, Perepetwa, Catherine
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