A loan of $2,900 helped a member to buy more stationery and clothes for resale in her businesses.


Banda Development Group 1, Mukono's story

K. Deborah is a 47-year-old approachable and married mother of five school-going children. She runs a stationery shop and a clothing boutique in Banda, Mukono district.

Deborah has been operating her businesses for the last six years. A problem of street hawkers (vendors) dissuading her prospective clients is one she has had to come to grips with in this course of time. As a result, she has experienced a significant drop in her finances over some period of time.

Deborah reckons she makes close to 400,000 shillings a month. What has made her last in her business has been the good rapport she has struck with her remaining loyal clients. Her dream is to expand her boutique. She says this loan will help her maintain her stationery shop with more stock.

In this group: Deborah, Charity, Elinah, Alice, Alice, Jesca, Rogers, Salima, Margaret, Eunice, Sarah, Christine, Sarah, Grace, Rose Mary


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