A loan of $2,750 helped a member to purchase more fresh fish supplies and more crafts to sell.

Tweyambe Group Of Jinja's story

N. Rebecca is a 45-year-old hardworking mother of nine children. For eight years, she has incorporated the selling of fish and crafts as a means of earning income to support herself and her family. Inadequate capital to fully develop her business has been a major long drawn-out problem ever since she began.

In Wairasa, Jinja district, where Rebecca operates from, she has earned a reputation as a forthright businesswoman who clients can rely on. As a positive consequence, her profits have been increasing as manifested by the 20,000 shillings she earns on a weekly basis.

Rebecca is anticipating making further progress in her business endeavors on the acquisition of this loan. With this loan, she says wants to rejuvenate her business by purchasing more fresh fish supplies every week. She also wants to restock the crafts section in her shop.

In this group: Oliver, Aidha, Rebecca, Prossy, Margaret, William, Mirabea, Prossy, Joyce, Rose, Rebecca, Lydia, Saitian, Justine, Jesca, Eva

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