A loan of $3,700 helped a member to purchase more beers, wine and sodas for her bar business.


Betty's Group's story

N. Betty is a single mother of one child and four helpless dependents. She has operated a bar business for seven years, earning her a profit of 100,000 Ugandan shillings. This bar is strategically located in Kibaati, Mubende District, with highly esteemed customer care and hygiene, thus pulling in a good number of customers.

With this loan, Betty hopes to purchase more stock; that is: beers, soft drinks like sodas, and wines in order to meet the increasing demand from her customers. This will fetch her more profits, enable her to sustain her family needs, and motivate her to go for her dream of starting up a beer depot.

Betty belongs to a group of thirteen members who hold each other accountable and insure one another in paying back the loan because they want to access the future successfully.

In this group: Betty, Rose, Babirye, Nakato, Jenipher, Jonh, Margret, Jane, Slyvia, Hasfa, Nuulu, Swaibu*, Mustafa*
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