A loan of $2,875 helped a member to purchase more salt, bags of soap and maize flour for her shop.

Bunawona Group 2, Kayunga's story

To have any sort of future success in her retail shop business, 28-year-old K. Susan knows it’s incumbent upon her to keep planning and to constantly restock. That is a magic formula to success, especially with retail enterprises.

Susan says she read the parable about talents in the bible that says most people lack the confidence to do something because they are afraid of failure. She says she chose to make an exception to that parable, well knowing she had confidence and that courage of conviction succeeds in any undertaking.

Susan is a good-natured married woman with three kids who all attend school in Bunawona. Her customers cut across all levels but it’s mostly the lowest common denominators who are her patrons. In a week her profits add up to 180,000 shillings. She also gets some profits from a poultry business.

With this loan Susan wants purchase goodies like salt, bars of soap and maize flour to sell.

In this group: Susan, Zubaili, Ruth, Josephine, Annet, Goefrey, Margaret, Peter, Evone, David, Moses, Ronald, Luwabira, Reginah

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