A loan of $4,175 helped a member the purchase of more retail merchandise such as sugar, salt, soap, maize flour, and cooking oil, for resell at her shop.

Suubi Lya Mukama Women's Group 1-Lugazi's story

Deborah N.'s first business was poultry. That was approximately five years ago, before she came up with the idea of setting up her current retail business in Kitigoma-Lugazi. She sells a variety of general merchandise like sugar, posho, cooking oil, and soap. Her weekly profits are up to 150,000 shillings. Deborah belongs to Suubi lya Mukama women’s group-Lugazi. She also farms and has a poultry business, though at a smaller scale than before. She is requesting this loan to purchase more general merchandise for resell at her shop.

In this group: Deborah, Milly, Aminah, Josephine, Lukiya*, Stella, Sarah, Harriet, Florence, Pheobe, Stella, Betty*, Wasswa, Miriam*, Rose, Justine
*not pictured

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