A loan of $2,000 helped a member the purchase of more bags of coffee for resale and pay farm laborers.

Nanziga Kwagalana Group-Mpigi's story

42-year-old K. Patrick of Nanziga Kwagalana group goes about his business excitedly and with enthusiasm. That has, for the past 7 years, been the trademark he has employed to obtain a dependable footing for his agro cash crop sales business in Mpigi. He mostly sells coffee.

With this line of business combined with his mondus operandi, he has made progress by leaps and bounds. A business that started off small is now grown, principally due to the stable and reliable price of coffee on the local market.

Patrick also does farming and animal husbandry. In a month, he makes 450,000 shillings. This married father of eight likes to describe himself as God-fearing and diligent. With this loan, he wants to purchase more coffee for resale and also pay his farm laborers.

In this group: Patrick, James, Amina, Augustine, Joseph*, Imelda, Nathan, Timothy, Kasule, Agatha*, Kaloli Busulwa
*not pictured

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