A loan of $575 helped a member to purchase more crates of beer and soda for her bar.

Kiduusu Women's Group, Lugazi's story

She goes by the name of N. Sarah, a 30-year-old evergreen entrepreneurial upstart, being that she is only five years into her bar business in Kiduusu, Lugazi. With this business she has given all her five children a worthwhile education as she works hand in hand with her husband.

Casting her mind back in perspective to when she was still a farmer, Sarah says she has no nostalgic feelings or regrets as her financial position since then has tremendously gotten a boost. Though only still a fledgling, her bar business has given her that leverage and flexibility which she, at the threshold, did not envisage.

Sarah also ekes out profits selling bananas and vegetables that she buys from farmers. By and large, she reveals she makes monthly profits to the tune of 140,000 shillings. With this loan, she wants to inject more capital into her business with a set objective of making more profits. Principally she wants to buy more crates of beer and soda for her business.

In this group: Sarah, Grace, Augustine, Monica, Paul, Jamawa

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