A loan of $2,275 helped a member buying more stock for resale.

Butiti Tweimukye, Kyenjojo Group's story

I. Clovis is a 42-year-old married father of 8 boisterous schoolchildren. To shoulder his responsibility for providing for them, he has over the course of the last 10 years been operating a home products retail shop in Butiti Trading centre, Mubende District, alongside a butcher shop. His business has not been without setbacks since its beginning; he has had to bear with myriad challenges, such as the lack of steady income inflow. However, his business has remained active. This he attributes principally to the good understanding he has struck with his clientele.

Before his current businesses, Clovis was a hawker in Kampala, moving with his goods from place to place. In a month, Clovis says he makes more than 320,000 Ugandan shillings, a figure he admits will not substantively make his business grow in the near future. He is therefore seeking a loan to lend countenance to his business so that he is able to do restocking for his shop.

In this group: Clovis, Grace, Stephen, Beatrice, Paul, Stella, Beatrice, Annet, Eva, Gordelia, Adolf, Innocent, Joseph, Edivin, John, David, Francis, Reginah, Vicent, Beatrice, Jackline, Doreen*, Richard*
*not pictured

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