A loan of $600 helped a member to purchase more fruits and vegetables in bulk.


Kangulumira Aids Services Group's story

Most people supply the deficiencies in their salaries or low profits with odd jobs or they decide to concurrently run 2 or 3 businesses. From the point of view of a business, it is definitely an advantage when an individual bears a hand in many undertakings, the bottom-line being more profits.

S. John, 25 years old, makes 40,000 UGX per day from his business selling fruits and vegetables, primarily pineapples, jackfruits and passion fruits. For the past year, he has exhibited an enterprising and hardworking ethic that most young people of his age lack. He has won his laurels from his community of Kiwalasi-Kayunga, as the community leaders keep on saying that his example is one to be emulated by all young people. He is still a bachelor and has no children. With this in mind, he can look forward to a bright future. He is planning to purchase more fruits and vegetables in bulk with this loan.

In this group: John, Edward, Justine, Rogers, Moses


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