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A loan of $2,250 helped a member to purchase more goods for a general store.

Katanda I Tukwatanise Group-Bushenyi's story

G. Danson of Katanda I Tukwatanise group-Bushenyi is 32 years old and operates a general merchandise shop from his home area of Kanyashande, Bushenyi. He has operated the shop and also made agricultural produce sales to the local population for over 3 years. Alongside the retail shop he grows bananas, beans and more all that help him earn revenue. Danson makes 120,000 UGX per month; a figure he says will not substantially sustain his business for the near future. Therefore he is seeking a loan to help him purchase more goods to restock his shop and thus be able to make more sales.

In this group: Danson, Moses, Specioza, Amos, James, Alex, Bashiru, David, Vereriano, Stephen, Samson, Elias

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