A loan helped a member to purchase more retail stock like sugar and soap.

Tweterane Women's Group, Kyenjojo's story

A determined and very hardworking A. Julius is a married man though with no children yet. He has operated a retail shop business for four years selling general merchandise in Bucuni, Kyenjojo and, at the end of every week, he is able to pocket profits totalling up to 50,000 Ugandan shillings.

Julius’s main disadvantage has been having small amount of retail stock in his business that cannot match the consumption rate of his increasing customer base. He is therefore seeking a loan that he figures will help him buy more retail stock that he hopes will satisfy the customers’ high demand and also transform his enterprise into a wholesale business.

Being very committed to his business with good customer care, Julius hopes to increase his sales revenue. This will bring about a transformation in his business and enable him to achieve a self-sustaining life and cater for his family’s requirements.

In this group: Julius, Beatrice, Vicent, Lawrent, James, Eric, Deo, Oliva, Peruce, Florence, Jascinta

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