A loan of $2,325 helped a member to purchase more groceries for her store.

Mpa-Atabulira Kizinga Group-Jinja's story

48-year-old K. Robinah has for the last 16 years been able to reliably subsist on the profits from her grocery, salon and commercial motorcycle businesses in Buyala-Jinja. These have been her financial sources of livelihood. With profits from these 3 businesses, Robinah has gone out of her way to see to it that her family’s welfare, especially the educational welfare of her 9 children, is fully catered to.

Her roots in business can be traced to her erstwhile salon business. As is the story with any person running 2 or 3 businesses, a sense of determination and support from family is essential, she says. She is happily married, and in a week, she makes profits that total 200,000 shillings. With this loan, she wants to buy more groceries for her store and some salon equipment.

In this group: Robinah, Maka, Nulu, Janet, Sophiet, Daisy, Scovia, Rebecca, Rose, Mayi, Bitu, Gorreti, Scovia, Hadijja, Hadijja, Kolositika, Betty, Pheibe, Beatrice, Base, Hariet

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