A loan of $2,050 helped a member to buy more beans, maize, coffee and millet and to educate his children.

Kamuli A Group, Lugazi's story

K. Moses, shown in the photo with his hand on his hat, is the leader of his lending group in Lugazi. He is a hardworking man who sells produce in Nyenge center, Lugazi, to meet his family’s requirements. The humorous 36-year-old has six kids who all go to school.

In a week, Moses reportedly makes 100,000 shillings out of his ten-year-old enterprise. With the loan he plans to purchase supplementary produce and to educate his kids even further. He sells beans, maize, coffee and millet to retail shop owners and employs one person in his business.

At first, Moses was employed by someone else in the same business, from which he got experience to do his own business. Moses is a polite, respectable man and a leader. His dream is to see all his children attend the best education.

In this group: Moses, Christine, Sam, Rose, Shabani, Nulu, Ronald, Mirembe, Sula, Sirajja*, Salimati, Aida, Balaka
*not pictured

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