A loan of $4,825 helped a member to purchase new furniture and drugs for her maternity business.


Bulenga Twekembe, Mpigi Group's story

This maternity business in Bulenga has been 49-year-old K. May’s main source of livelihood for the last twenty-eight years. Prior to this, she bore a hand in a small boutique business.

To make her future business prospects doubly sure, May has gone out of her way to show good client handling skills. This has enormously played into her favor as manifested by an increase in her profits over the course of the years she has been operating. In a week’s period, her business has been generating her on average 100,000 shillings.

May’s future reckoning is to be able to buy more furniture and consignments of drugs for her maternity business. With this loan, she sees this coming to fruition.

In this group: May, Hadija, Annet, Rebecca, Flavia, John, Viola, Florence, Racheal, Robinah, Sarah, Maria, Diana, Simon, Robert, Godfrey, Robina, Rose, Milly, Joseph*, Jane, Teopista, Florence
*not pictured


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