A loan of $1,075 helped a member to rejuvenate her bontique with new stocks of ladies', gents' and children's garments.


Namanve Group Of Mukono's story

If parallels are drawn in comparing this 35-year-old’s status to many of Kampala’s wealthy boutique owners, they would show a great contrast in terms of financial gains. While the boutiques in Kampala drive roaring trades, this hardworking woman faces a daily formidable uphill task of maintaining afloat her three-year-old boutique business in Kirangira in Mukono district, on a modest monthly budget of 80,000 shillings. N. Sarah’s belief in her own worth has not dampened, however, despite this insufficiency in her business profits. She knows she has two school-going children to take care of. Her husband of seven years also relies on her. With a loan, she is optimistic her prospects will improve, as she says she will be able to restock her boutique with new and high-quality garments for all different categories of her customers.

In this group: Sarah, Mariam, Hadijah, Yusuf, Anita, Alex
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