A loan of $3,225 helped a member new furniture and improving the quality of her catering service.

Bushenyi Women Tuhumurizane Group's story

They say hard work pays, and a very determined T. Regina has gained from the fruits of her hard work, having started up her cooked food enterprise over 11 years ago, offering catering services in Bushenyi town. She has no regrets.

Due to good management and esteemed customer care, the business has maintained customers for a long time, thus creating a good market as she maintains high levels of hygiene. Most of her customers are town dwellers. With this loan, Regina wants to put in place good furniture and also go shopping for restaurant equipment as she looks at improving the quality of her catering services. This will enable her to get more customers, earn more profit and be able to cover her family and children’s requirements such as education. She is very optimistic about achieving a self-sustaining livelihood with more income coming her way.

In this group: Regina, Naume, Grace, John, Jolly, Jascinta, Molly, Evan, Rodney, John, Adonia, Jennifer*, Jackson*
*not pictured

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