A loan of $3,475 helped a member to purchase more chicken feed for her poultry.


Bwavu Mpologoma Men And Women's Group 1-Kayunga's story

By hook or by crook, 52 year-old N. Dumba who is affiliated with the Bwavu Mpologoma group 1-Kayunga took it upon herself to begin her poultry and livestock business in Tente-Kayunga. This business has been in existence since 2003. It is a business she began with a micro loan. Before that, this mother of six, who is happily married, milled maize. 100,000 shillings is what she makes in a week. N. principally sells eggs and milk. She also has a boda boda or commercial motorcycle business that she relies on to bring her supplementary profits. With this loan, N. says she is going to buy more chicken feed for her poultry.

N. belongs to Bwavu Mpologoma men and women group of Kayunga.

In this group: Dumba, Sarah, Apolinali, Fred, Christopher*, Kaggwa, Hellen, James, Musa, Michael, Zamina, Silaje, Paul, David, Godfrey, Sarah*, Karim*
*not pictured


Loan details


Lenders and lending teams



Loan details