A loan of $2,050 helped a member to stock her retail shop with items like sodas, sugar, snack food and baked goods.


Munywambogo Abalema Tweyimukye Tuk Group's story

Verina is 38 years old and lives in a house with her husband and five children. She has four biological children, ages 15, 12, 8 and 3. The other one child in the house is a dependent that she supports.

Verina is a farmer involved in growing maize and beans. With the extra income she earns from being a secondary school cook and having a small retail shop, she is able to help her husband with family needs. Verina says she aims to become the leading farmer in Nyankwanzi Village, Kyenjojo, Uganda though she faces a challenge of seasonal changes in her business.

Verina is a member of Munywambogo Abalema Tweyimukye Tuk Group. She is requesting a loan facility to stock her retail shop with items like sugar, snack food, baked goods, sodas and many others.

In this group: Julius, Onesmas, Verina, Keleme, Nevales, Silverio, Piece, Godfrey, Oscar, Adrine, George William, Wensi, Amon


This loan is special because:

It targets extremely rural populations.



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