A loan of $4,825 helped a member purchase of another motorcycle.

Nkongoro Goat Rearing, Ntungamo Group's story

Hard-working Wilson M. K. started up his transport business four years ago with motorcycles commonly known as “boda boda.” These are a common means of transport and are convenient in timely situations like traffic jams and the bad road systems in Uganda. He has made a good profit out of it, earning 280,000 Ugandan shillings monthly.

His main setback is that he needs to expand the business by buying additional motorcycles and allocating them in different stages so as to increase his revenue. His future plan is to buy a car for "matatu" (taxi) usage to earn him more money. With this loan, he hopes to achieve that aforementioned goal and thus will be able to take care of his family. Wilson belongs to the Nkongoro Goat Rearing Group.

In this group: Wilson, Lydia, Winnie, Steven, Alice, Molly, Apollo, Ketty, Aloysius, Elizabeth, Godfrey, Enock, Saad, Annet, Ham, Brendah

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