A loan of $2,700 helped a member purchase more stock for resale.


Murehe Tukwatanise Group, Kihihi's story

Mariko A.'s main source of livelihood for the past 5 years has been selling food stuffs like maize grains, groundnuts, and sorghum in Murehe trading centre, Kihihi. It is with earnings from this business that the hard working and determined A. Mariko has managed to sustain his family of 2 children. The 27 year old dynamic business man has reached a point where profits accruing to his business now amount to 150,000 Ugandan shillings in a month. With steadying progress in building his small enterprise, he reckons his future prospects are rising every passing day.
With a loan coming his way, Mariko carries conviction that he will be able to buy more food crops produce like maize and beans so that he does not run short of stock and supplies as he looks towards owning a big produce store in the area. This will improve his sales revenue and enable him to lead a self sustaining life as he looks towards educating his children and they become important people who can support themselves in the near future.

He belongs to Murehe Tukwatanise group, Kihihi.

In this group: Mariko, Stephen, Samuel, Amos, Charles, Richard, James, Allen, Teodoro, Agine, Moses, Bosco, Robert, Annah, Ronald, Amos, Phionah, Willy, Francis


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