A loan of $3,775 helped a member to purchase more merchandise for her shop.

Kamu Kamu Group, Lugazi's story

In her Buziika, Lugazi, locality, 35-year-old K. Christine has, on occasion, been lauded for her buoyancy and diligent line of conduct. This charming, married mother of five has, on the strength of her attributes, established herself in a fast-growing and cutthroat business.

At present, Christine’s thirteen-year-old general merchandise retail shop is a beehive of activity. That, in essence, means her profits have been increasing over the years as her good reputation continues gaining currency. Before she embarked on this business, she was operating a stall where she sold coffee. With profits from that erstwhile business she started her general merchandise enterprise.

All Christine’s five children are on the brink of finishing their primary and secondary education. For Christine, this loan means a lot to her in terms of financial empowerment. She divulges she will be able to purchase more bags of sugar, snacks and other general merchandise stock.

In this group: Christine, Spelanta, Muhammed, Fatuma, Ibra, Hasifa, Lydia, Ali*, Eva, Betty, Abomukisa, Jannet, Emma, Margaret, Hellen, Jane*, Betty*
*not pictured

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