A loan of $1,250 helped a member to restock his business with more maize and beans.

Mugyera Aids Care Group, Bushenyi's story

A business selling produce is very much liked by many small-business entrepreneurs here in Uganda and this is where Daniel B. has banked his savings to earn more profit. The married father of six children started up a grocery store dealing in dry foods, especially cereals and bananas four years ago in Nyakatunga, Bushenyi.

Due to his hard work and determination, Daniel has been able to run this business and it earns him 200,000 Ugandan shillings monthly. With this loan, he is looking forward to restocking his business with more maize and beans which will make him profitable in the market.

Daniel envisions expanding his business into wholesale and this will attract many customers to his shop. Earning more revenue and making the business expand is his main motive in this case so as to live a self-sustaining life as he looks at educating his children.

Daniel belongs to Mugyera Aids Care group, Bushenyi.

In this group: Daniel, Gerivasia, Medias, Aziz, Jane

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