A loan of $1,975 helped a member to buy more matooke, sweet potatoes, and cassava for resale.

Kamu Kamu Group 2, Kayunga's story

K. Nansubuga, in the small photo, is the leader of her lending group in Kayunga. She is 47 years old and married with 7 children, of whom two are at the university and five are in secondary school as she takes care of 5 grandchildren. Nansubuga is a business lady who has been involved in the sale of produce like matooke, cassava, and sweet potatoes from Kungu-Kavule for 10 years, and she is able to make 60,000 in profit a week. She is a very friendly lady, and this has won her more customers. Nansubuga has a plan of beginning to offload a truck full of matooke for sale, since the experience she has in business shows that matooke are more marketable than other produce in her area because it is rarely grown, unlike other crops. She needs a loan to be able buy more produce for resale.

In this group: Nansubuga, Francis, Musa, Abdul, Adam, Abdul, Oscar*
*not pictured

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