A loan of $2,875 helped a member to increase the size of his chicken farm, to invest in more chicken feed, and to improve his egg-selling business.


Usuvilo Group's story

Amoni H. is 45 years old, is married with four children, and lives in Dar es Salaam. In the photo, Amoni is the second from the right in the back row in the striped blue and white shirt.

Amoni owns a chicken farm and sells eggs and chickens. He has been in the business for two years and currently earns 1.35 million shillings a month (approximately $1000).

This will be Amoni’s first loan from Tujijenge Tanzania. With the loan, he hopes to increase the size of his chicken farm, to invest in more chicken feed, and to improve his egg-selling business.

Amoni will share this loan with his loan group which is comprised of sixteen other men and women from his community. These members work in food sales and secondhand clothing sales.

In this group: Amoni, Jaifa, Mariam, Saima, Mariam, Zuhura, Haji, Lena, Grace, Censtacia, Loveness, Furaha, Jena, Hasija, Tausi, Zuhura



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