A loan of $4,775 helped a member to purchase more crude alcohol for resale and to pay fees for some of her kids.

Wabulungu Women's Group-Jinja's story

An alcohol sales business is what 42 year old Betty I. has been operating for the last 10 years in Magamaga-Jinja. It is a business this happily married mother of 11 says she began with her own enterprise. Previously, she worked in a cement factory. It was an experience she says she did not fancy that much owing to the low remuneration she was paid yet she put in a lot. Farming was another activity she had a hand in though with time and with reflection, she decided to dispense with.

She mostly sells a local brew popularly known as Waragi which is quite popular with many low rank and file people in Ugandan urban centers. All her kids have been getting an education out of the hard work and effort she has put in in her business. Weekly this business generates her shillings 160,000. With this loan, Betty, who is affliated with Wabulungu Women's group-Jinja, says she is going to buy more jerrycans of crude alcohol for resale and also pay fees for some of her kids.

In this group: Betty, Mary, Nulu, Madina, Petwa, Betty Walungu, George, Joyce, Edinance, Faridah, Rebecca, Sarah, Scovia, Aisha, Fatuma, Christine, Isreal, Irene Awebwa, Jane, Susan, Sarah, Difasi, Muhammed, Mwajuma

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