A loan of $4,750 helped a member the purchase of more retail items such as sugar, maize flour, bread, etc., for reselling.

Akwata Empola Gambwa Women's Group A-Mityana's story

Retailing has been 30-year-old N. Lukia's business occupation for the last 10 years in Gambwa-Mityana. At her premise, she predominately sells rice, beans, maize flour, etc. Before the inception of this business, she had a penchant for farming. She has not dispensed with her farming enterprise notwithstanding. She still finds time to go and tend to her crops and gardens, though much time is spent at her retail shop. This hardworking mother of 4 says weekly her profits are 100,000 shillings. With this loan she is looking at buying more retail items such as sugar, bread, maize flour, etc. for reselling. Lukia belongs to Akwata Empola Gambwa Group-Mityana.

In this group: Lukia, Prossy, Wilson, Fatuma*, Teopista, Emmanuel, Silvester, Esther, Aidah, Ramathan*, Husein, Teopista
*not pictured

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