A loan of $2,550 helped a member buying more sugar, salt, cooking oil and other general merchandise to sell.


Myanzi Tukolerewamu Group 1, Mityana's story

K. Sulaiman A. (in the top right corner of the photo) is the leader of his group in Mityana. He is married with 14 children. Some of his children are senior six levers with no other dependants to take care of. He is a businessman, and has maintained his retail shop in the Myanzi trading centre for the last eight years. He is able to earn 30,000 USh as weekly profits. Sulaiman says that his business is faced with challenges, like the seasonal changes and the high cost of transportation (since he always gets his stock from the wholesale shops in the town of Mityana, which is a good distance from his area). He hopes to expand his shop to have more stock, and educate his young children to reach a higher level in school. Sulaiman needs this loan to be able buy more sugar, salt, cooking oil and other general merchandise to sell.

In this group: Sulaiman, Majorine, Halima, Matia, Matia, Janat, Phillip, Zaina, Gerald, Juliet, Willy, Margaret
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