A loan of $4,800 helped a member purchase more stock for resale.

Busheregyenyi Bakyara Kwebeishaho, Bushenyi Group's story

M. Bennon of Busheregyenyi Bakyara Kwebeishaho group in Bushenyi is a fledgling agro-sales business trend setter whose example is bound to stand out as a benchmark for other people in his home area of Karehe Bushenyi. He has earned his living with a produce-sales business over a time frame of more than 4 years.

Many in his home area occupy themselves with self-destructive activities like drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana rather than working hard and shouldering their family responsibilities. With his hard work ethic, M. Bennon has managed to prosper and in a month he apparently makes 200,000 Ugandan shillings. With his monthly savings, he has managed to diversify his small business where he is involved in coffee, beans and bananas sales.

This has however not come the easy way as he has had to grapple with many adversities such as unpredictable weather patterns which may mean he has fewer supplies from farmers. He is looking forward to purchasing more beans and coffee to stock for resale. With this loan he hopes to be in a position to cater for his children’s education costs as he looks forward to improving his household income.

In this group: Bennon, Brendah, Asa, Mohammed, Azaria, Junior, Emmily, Evas, Adah, Jackson, Lauben, Mirriam, Debrah, Eva, Manuel, Laban, Agnes, Agnes, Jovia, John

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