A loan of $4,575 helped a member purchase of more stock.

Abarihamwe Women's, Ntungamo Group's story

K. Nathan, 45 years old, of Abarihamwe Women's group is very optimistic about expanding his current kitchen wares sales business. The hardworking and cordial married father of six children has been operating his business for the last 14 years from Muko Ward, Ntungamo. He regularly earns 300,000 UGX monthly with sales from items such as glasses, plates, cups, food flasks, saucepans and other utensils. Because of his need to make his business grow, he is seeking a loan that will help him establish substantial growth through purchasing more stock in order to be able to supply his clients more efficiently. He will be able then to make more sales revenue which will enable him to pay his family bills, including his children's education fees.

In this group: Nathan, Annet, Flora, Sarah, Jadress, Abel, Violet, Allen, Faridah, Justine, Loy, Evalyne, Jovia, Pelly, Agatha, Bernard, Allen, Molly, Samson, Harriet, Zoniah, Molly*, Christine*, Edward*
*not pictured

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