A loan of $4,275 helped a member to buy more bales of clothes for resale.

Rutendere Women's, Kihihi Group's story

Maurice T. operates a 4 year old garment sales business in Butogota trading centre, while selling clothes in monthly and weekly markets in the area, earning 360,000 Ugandan shillings on a monthly basis. This has inspired her more in her business.

Having noticed the prevailing market in the area from local occupants and travelers, she started a clothes business. It is for this reason that she wants to get this loan to improve her financial prospects in terms of restocking her business with attractive materials and more bales of clothes.

By her own account, the future of her business is promising and this will see her earn more revenue as she manages to maintain her customers by doing timely shopping for them. With the loan she wants to purchase more garments to give her business a new lease on life, which will improve her sales revenue and enable her to take care of her family.

Maurice belongs to a group of members who insure and hold each other accountable in paying back the loan.

In this group: Maurice, Manase, Xavier, Emmanuel, Marble, Faridah, Jackson, Loy, Emmanuel, Stephen, John Bosco, Herbert, Enock, Godfry, Amos, Lauben, Valentine, Ritah, Allen*
*not pictured

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