A loan of $2,600 helped a member to purchase coffee and bananas to sell.


Setuka Wobadde Development-Mityana Group's story

Accepting advice from close family and friends can at times be tantamount to increasing one’s abilities in any given situation. From the point of view of a business, it is most especially of paramount importance when a crisis strikes or when the status quo is not up to the required mark. For K. Eron, it’s mostly advice from her parents that put that spring in her early stride 30 years-ago as she took root in her coffee and banana selling business in Mityana market. With this kind of longevity, one would not be wrong to accord her respect. 100,000 shillings is what she makes in a week from of her business and with this loan she reckons she will be able to buy more coffee and bananas to sell. She also says she will use some of the proceeds to venture into pig husbandry. Her group is Setuka Wobadde.

In this group: Eron, Edward, Margret, Joyce, Rose, James, Noah, Richard, Lawrence, Edward, Thomas, Hassan, Peragia*, Regina, Emmanuel, Joseph
*not pictured


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