A loan of $2,625 helped a member the purchase of more cosmetics, weavers, driers and other equipment for her beauty salon.

Mukwano Development Group-Jinja's story

Eight years ago, after 27-year-old N. Suzan got some cash from her husband, she did not hesitate to bring her business plans into fruition. She, on the spur of the moment, began her beauty salon business in Jinja Town. By all appearances, Suzan is a hard-working woman whose chances of future success are looking like being in the ascendant in the course of every passing day. This all boils down to the fact that she is a stickler for hard work and she plans for her business constantly. In a week, she gets about $22 as net profit.

She has two children who are certain to bask in the glow of her continual success. She has, however, been hard pressed at buying new things like creams for her salon. It is for that reason that Suzan says this loan will come in handy in helping her buy more cosmetics, weavers, driers and other basic requisite equipment for her salon. She is positive that with more creams in her salon and with more equipment she will attract more clients. This, she says, will help her make much more profit than she is making now.

In this group: Susan, Susan, Racheal, Ibrahim, Kevin, Martha*, Susan

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