A loan of $150 helped to buy moe banana clusters, one bag of sweet and Irish potatoes.


Nakkazi's story

S. is a single lady with no children. She stays with her parents and she takes care of them. She owns a stall in Kalerwe market selling food stuffs like banana clusters, sweet potatoes, cassava and Irish potatoes. She doesn’t incur any transport costs because she buys from her place of work. She wants to use this loan to buy more clusters of bananas, one sack of sweet and Irish potatoes, and cassava. She has been in this business for two years and also with MCDT for two years, servicing her third loan. She doesn’t have any other side business. Her customers are nearby families. She works seven days a week. S.’s business challenges includes rainy season because she works in a muddy place, and defaulters. She is aspiring to go directly to farmers. She joined MCDT because she wanted additional capital. The family has access to electricity and no piped water, and her monthly expenses include food and rent for their home.



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