A loan of $5,000 helped a member to buy more stock for her shop.


Karukara Women's A, Kihihi Group's story

Hard-working Annah M. of Karukara Women's Group, Kihihi, Uganda, has been running a retail shop from Omukabingo trading centre in Kihihi, where she sells general merchandise for home use. She has been operating this business for over seven years now. She started this business with capital she got from selling a local brew known as “waragi.” The married mother of four children confirms that her store’s stock is not satisfying her customers’ demands.

Therefore Annah is seeking a loan to help her buy more goods for resale. She hopes earn more income, thus being in a position to help with her family needs and standard of living. She belongs to a group of other members who hold each other accountable in paying back the loan.

In this group: Annah, Festo, Moses, Emmanuel, Yohana, Erick, Vanis, Allen, Herbert, Jackson, Honest, Lydia, David, Enock, Benard, Zedeka, Jovelet, Enock, Wallen, Lawrence*, Eunice, Jovia*, Evas*
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