A loan of $2,600 helped a member buying more metal for fabricating household items such as metal chairs.


Alinhinkira Womens Association-Jinja Group's story

In every difficult situation, there is always the need for one to remain philosophical. Succumbing to self pity and resentment has always been most young people’s weak point. This weakness in character is what 35-year-old N. Joy has invariably steered clear of in the last four years as she operates her metal fabrication shop business in Ivunamba-Jinja. She says her strongest personal attributes are being unwavering and in having self drive. She is a joyful married lady with four school going children. She has been driving a roaring trade in her business, going by the $80 her business generates for her in a month as profits. With this loan she wants to buy more metal to improve her metal fabrication business. She says she will be able to fabricate more items such as metal chairs.

In this group: Joy, Isaak, Babra, Fatuma, Mariam, Alyshia*, John, Muhamad, John, Ismail, Jane, Dison, Isa*, Magret, Sarah, Mathias, Salim
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