A loan of $1,225 helped a member buying more livestock, like cattle, for fattening.


Katungamo Women's Voice Group's story

It has now been 22 years since Vincent K. started up his farming business adventure in Ntungamo. The married father of five children is very aggressive and determined when it comes to lucrative business. He has since engaged himself in various farming practices, including livestock, which is his main source of livelihood along with growing and selling bananas and coffee.

His main drawbacks include bad weather conditions and drought, which reduce the rate of production in terms of milk since animals lack water and grass to feed on, and also fluctuating prices. With this loan, he is looking forward to purchasing more cattle to fatten and sell off at profit.

Vincent is very optimistic about getting more harvests and more sales revenue and thus be able to look after his family and pay for his children’s education.

In this group: Vincent, Afuwa, Joy, Charity, Penlope, Benson, Justus, Nicholas, Sadiki, Jennifer
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