A loan of $1,325 helped a member to purchase more poultry and poultry feed for her farm.


Hope Development Group, Mpigi's story

Working hard at achieving her set goals in her five-year-old farming business was to B. Esther, a means to an end in her narrow circumstances. With her hard work ethic in tow, her business took a favorable turn.

This 38-year-old married mother of six boisterous children broke new ground with this determination. Before Esther got to this place of vantage in this business, she was a pump attendant at a local petrol (gasoline) station in her locality. She also ekes out supplementary income from a business selling art crafts.

By and large, Esther’s profits, too, have gained momentum as she has steadily, over the last four years, been making profits totaling up to 150,000 shillings a month. With this loan, she anticipates she will be in position to purchase more poultry and poultry feed for her farm.

In this group: Esther, Jenifer, Jude, Sarah, Anet


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