A loan of $4,600 helped a member to purchase more cash crops such as bananas and potatoes.

Zibula Atudde Women's Group - Mityana's story

N. Yudaaya, age 24, says she dropped out of school to embark on an agro produce sales business. She is quick to point out that it was not deliberate, but she just became a victim of circumstances. It was a decision that had to be backed up with determination, poise, courage and belief. Prior to that, she was more inclined to sell clothes. She still sells clothes, albeit on a smaller scale. She makes 700,000 shillings monthly. N. has a common cause with the borrowing group called Zibula Atudde in Mityana. With this loan, she wants to buy more cash crops like bananas and Irish potatoes for resale.

In this group: Yudaaya, Martha, John B*, Leonidah, Caroline, Florence, Kevin, Patrick, Mary, Edward, Betty, Christine*, James, Elijah, Teo, Justine*, Grace
*not pictured

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