A loan of $2,525 helped a member purchasing manure for the plantation.


Kyandago Development A, Kihihi Group's story

It is now 11 years since B. Jeninah started up her farming projects and specialized in selling bananas in Kihihi, western Uganda. With this as her only source of livelihood, she has painstakingly managed to make ends meet despite seasonal income fluctuations and poor road systems to access bigger markets. With a hard work ethic and ready market, the 49-year-old married and happy-go-lucky mother of 5 children has kept her business on a path of consolidated growth. She earns 360,000 UGX monthly. Her business has gained ground over the years, benefiting her family. Her business plan for the future is to sell more bananas to an increasingly expanding market. She will use this loan to purchase manure for her plantation for better production.

In this group: Jeninah, Erikana, Edisa, Emmanuel, George, Godfrey, Jane, Benard, Samuel, John, Robert, Moses, Julius, Benson, Sezi*
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