A loan of $2,450 helped a member to purchase chickens for her poultry business.

Suubi Development Association-Kampala Group's story

It may seem like a recycled cliche, but most business owners in Uganda attribute their start-ups to inspirational pep talk from close family or friends. Thirty-two-year-old Margret S. is no exception as she says what spawned the idea for her rentals and poultry businesses was motivational talk from friends. Margret is happily married with 5 children and says it was about 6 years ago when she started this business. Margret is a dedicated, hardworking, and steadfast woman. Her business generates 25,000 shillings for her a week. She says she will buy more broilers for her poultry business. She belongs to Suubi Development Association-Kampala.

In this group: Margret, Husina, Aisha, Haruna, Halima, Getrude, Hadijah, Maria, Farida, Sarah, Daisy, Mariam*, Regina, Miisa, Hamisa, Grace, Esther, Mary, Faridah*
*not pictured

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