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A loan of $1,325 helped a member restocking her salon with more goods like braids, weaves, hair chemicals, hair pieces and others.


Nakisunga Development Group, Mukono's story

S. Cate at the top left also appears in the group photo and she is the leader of her group in Mukono. She is 43 years old and married with 7 children as she takes care of 1 orphan, yet all the children are in school. Cate is a friendly lady with a salon business in Nakisunga that has been in existence for 17 years and she is able to make 35,000/= as profits weekly although she is faced with a challenge of the defaulters that usually affect her cash flow. She has a goal of building a residential house of her own for rent as well as expanding her business and being able to get her children’s school dues on time and being able to feed them continuously. Cate needs a loan to be able to restock her salon with more goods like braids, weaves, hair chemicals, hair pieces and so on.

In this group: Cate, Sarah, Godfrey, Justine, Mayi, Norah, Harriet, Robert*
*not pictured


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