A loan of $4,400 helped a member the purchase of a cow.


Kyabagyenyi Tukwatanise Group-Ibanda's story

B. N. is a hard-working married father of four children who carries out several agricultural practices including cattle-keeping where he gets products like milk and ghee to sell. He also looks after a banana plantation. All this earns him 120,000 Ugandan shillings on a monthly basis that helps him to support his family.

Having inherited some cows from his father, he feels it worthwhile to go ahead and purchase more cows and restock the farm. Therefore he is very hopeful that this loan will help him buy a cow for farm expansion. This will earn him more sales revenue from the agricultural produce. He belongs to 'Kyabagyenyi Tukwatanise' group of Ibanda.

In this group: Nayebare, Joshua, Yonasan, Jeresumu, Norah, Emanuel, Juliet, Flora, Ester, Grace, Musa, Doreen*, Joyce, Tumusiime, David*, George, Apophia, Alice, Jovanis, Perezi
*not pictured


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