A loan of $3,550 helped a member to purchase more maize grains, beans and cereals.

Nsozi Catholic Women's, Kyenjojo Group's story

Hard-working 40-year-old K. Elizabeth has a dependable sense of purpose regarding anything to do with her six-year-old agro produce business. The devoted farmer has worked tooth and nail to keep her business, which trades in general produce sales from Karibagyira, Kyenjojo town. On the sunny side, her strong work ethic has gotten her far. Her business currently generates 140,000 Ugandan shillings on a monthly basis. With these modest earnings, she has been able to make the best of the bad bargains that have hit her business on occasion. She gleefully reveals how she is able to educate her five school-going children (out of her eight children) in different institutions of learning with her small profits. With this loan, she envisions being financially empowered to buy more stock of maize grains, beans and cereals as she looks at expanding into a wholesale business and improving her household income from the sales in her business.

K. Elizabeth appears at the top left in the small photo just like in the big group photo.

In this group: Elizabeth, Merab, Dimitice, Monica, Fabiano, Imelda, Dinavensi, Elise, Joram, Evasto, Sylivano, Elias, Isaac, Alex, Prossy, Simon, Rina, Lillian

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