A loan of $1,500 helped a member to stock more goats and expand her business.


Kijjubwe Women's Group, Ntungamo's story

T. Rose, aged 46 years, has been selling goats to earn a living in the periodic markets that take place around the area in western Uganda. In this business she deals with farmers directly to purchase their livestock and then finds a ready market for them supplying to butchers, hotels and other customers in the market.

Rose’s main disadvantage in the course of doing this business has been the unstable prices in the market and low capital input. With hard work and efficient customer care skills, she has managed to keep his business going for over fourteen years.

In a month, Rose makes profits totaling to 260,000 Ugandan shillings. Her future plans are to fully expand her business transactions which will earn her more revenue to pay for her children’s education. With this loan, she anticipates great progress in achieving this dream and in stocking more goats for sale.

In this group: Rose, Generous, Evas, Joy, Lovence, Sauda, Annah, Janerose, Resty, Scovia, Perepetua, James


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