A loan of $2,525 helped a member purchase of drugs to stock the clinic.

Kikoma Women's, Mubende Group's story

S. Slyvia, a trained midwife, has been providing medical services to her clients at her clinic located in Mubende town, which she set up after retiring from her government job. Here in Uganda one of the common medical problems faced is that there are very few facilities to cater to the sick, and thus very many people here die while giving birth and many more suffer from malaria due to inadequate medical care services. This is where people like Slyvia come in. Her main problem is that she does not have enough quantity and variety of drugs in her drug shop, which is a hindrance to her career and business.

With this loan, Slyvia plans to construct a house extension to accommodate her patients, and to restock drugs in the clinic. This will see her earn more revenue and live a self-sustaining life.

In this group: Slyvia, Prossy, Margret, Joseph, Lovinsa, Aidah, Joyce, Joseph, Richard, Willy, Landslow, Leonald*, Teo, Christine*
*not pictured

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