A loan of $3,975 helped a member to purchase more bales of used clothing to sell.

Nyakabare Bakyara Tutungukye Group A, Ntungamo's story

Hardworking and lively 32-year-old T. Loyce made a decision to start her small boutique business in Kitwe Trading centre in Ntungamo 15 years ago. With the money she had earlier saved doing her tailoring business, she bought her first stock of bales of secondhand clothes. With these, her business began.

Though her business has had its share of ups and downs, Loyce has emerged as a strong and determined woman who has refused to give in to any sort of pressure, knowing she has to protect her main source of income. With this kind of spirit, she has made progress as seen in the 300,000 Ugandan shillings she makes monthly.

Loyce is one lady who likes looking at the future and, as such, she has come up with plans she says are for the expansion of her small secondhand clothes business into wholesale. With this loan, she is hopeful she will be able to see her dream come true.

In this group: Loyce, Happy, Jolly, Eliphaz, Generous, James, Faith, Phoebe, Joy, Jovia, Jolly, Joy

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