A loan of $2,325 helped a member to purchase agricultural products such as coffee to sell.

Bwavu Mpologoma Men And Women's Group 2-Kayunga's story

S. Stephen is married with three children. He is 42 years-old and cash crop selling has been his predominant source of livelihood for the last five years in Ntenjeru-Kayunga.

Mostly, he sells coffee, maize and beans at a neighborhood market stall. He also does some crop growing and animal husbandry. Crop growing was his first major business preoccupation. In a month, his cash crop selling business generates about shillings 240,000. With this loan he says he is going to purchase more bags of agricultural produce particularly coffee to sell. Stephen belongs to Bwavu Mpologoma men and women group-Kayunga.

In this group: Stephen, Livingstone, Akim, Henry, Isima*, Florence, Rebecca, Lukia, Julius, Moses*, Isma, Henry
*not pictured

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