A loan of $2,050 helped a member the purchase of medicines to treat his animals and also buy more chicken feed.

Basooka Kwavula Development Association-Mityana Group's story

63-year-old K. Walusansa worked as a government veterinary officer before he decided to start his current cattle and poultry business 12 years ago. K. is married with 21 children, all of whom have completed school. Aside from the aforementioned business, he also operates a farm in Masaka. His weekly profits equal 500,000 shillings. With this loan, he is going to buy medicines to treat his animals and buy more chicken feed. He is affiliated with the Basooka Kwavula development association-Mityana.

In this group: Walusansa, Beat, Joweria, Mary, Mustafah, Justine, Aisha, Margret, Zula

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