A loan of $3,375 helped a member to purchase more jerrycans of fuel to sell.


Zinunula Community Bank Group, Nansana's story

The lucrative nature of her oil-selling business in Nansana, Kampala, has got her thinking big. She is looking at a prospective scenario in the future where she will be running her own petrol (gasoline) stations in Kampala.

This is the ambitious story of K. Deborah, a 35-year-old married mother of eight. She has been selling fuel for the last six years and has managed to educate most of her children to university level as a result of this. With her monthly earnings above 50,000 and rising every year, her optimism is justified.

It’s in Deborah’s future plans to expand her business. She envisages a situation where she will be able to run her own fuel pump stations. She plans to embark on this project as soon she gets this loan.

In this group: Deborah, Abdu, Jane, Madina, Jesca, Magdlene, Godfrey, Charles, Augustine, Ahamed, Dorah*, Jane, Mastula, Robinah, Jenah*, Jane
*not pictured


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