A loan of $2,475 helped a member purchase of more potatoes and crates of soft drinks.

Tukolerewamu Association Bakijjulula-Mityana Group's story

It’s a priceless privilege to be warm-hearted in business terms. This kind of disposition will win spurs for any business person in terms of attracting customers in both the short and long term. 39-year-old K. Recheal who belongs to Tukolerewamu Association Bakijjulura group-Mityana can bear testament to the aforementioned.

Recheal is a genial mother of 4 who works hard at administering and overseeing her food sales business in Bakijjulura-Mityana. Recheal mostly sells potato chips, doughnuts and soft drinks. She has used those good fundamental elements in her line of conduct to strike a chord with her customers over a period stretching to now 4 years.

Recheal is also a teacher and it’s with savings from this that she embarked on her first business which was selling agro produce. She dispensed with it later on after setting forth on this business. In a week, she makes profits that total up to 50,000 shillings and with this loan she wants to buy more potatoes and crates of soft drinks for resale.

In this group: Recheal, Winnie, Robert, Vicent, John*, Sunday, Jesca, Richard, Patrick*, Patrick, Leocadia, Alex
*not pictured

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