A loan of $1,725 helped a member to purchase more produce to sell.


Kisiita Development Group Of Mubende's story

At the young age of 24 years, N. Moses is a fledgling produce sales business trend-setter whose example is bound to stand out as a benchmark for other youth in his home area of Kisiita in Mubende district. Many youths in his home area preoccupy themselves in self-destructive activities like drinking.

Moses has subsisted on a produce sales business for four years. With his hard work, he has managed to take firm root and, in a week, he apparently makes 50,000 shillings.

With his monthly savings, Moses has managed to diversify his small business. This has, however, not come easy as he has had to grapple with many adversities such as the unpredictable weather patterns which, for the most part, mean he has fewer supplies from farmers.

Moses’ dream is to build his own produce stalls and a store to keep his surplus goods. With this loan he hopes to implement this.

In this group: Moses, Passius, Harunah, Francis, John, Slyvia, Godfrey, Sauda, David*, Furugeni*, Constance, Alice, Fred
*not pictured


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