A loan of $3,950 helped a member the purchase more cosmetics to resell.

Kiganda Development Group-Mukono's story

N. Sarah saw the counter-productive effects of poor planning, ineptitude and the hasty rush for financial returns on her close friend’s ill-fated businesses that she says taught her a lesson. She made deductions that the above factors contributed to the unraveling of her friend’s businesses. It is for that reason that 6 years ago, she decided to begin her cosmetics selling business on a totally different slate. Sarah has come to terms with the fact that hard work, focus, and constant planning are invaluable for the success of any business. Sarah, who belongs to Kiganda Development group-Mukono, says credit goes to her mother for the support in starting this business. Previously she was operating a charcoal and water selling business. This mother of 3, who is happily married, says her weekly profits total up to 100,000 shillings. With this loan she says she is going to purchase more cosmetics to resell.

In this group: Sarah, Sarah*, Bathromew, Godfrey, Edward, Tophas, Sanoni, Magret, Eunice*, Sarah, Esther, Hana, Josephine, William, Sarah
*not pictured

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