A loan of $2,675 helped a member to purchase high-grade manure.


Myanzi Tukolerewamu Women's Development Group's story

31-year-old Halima B. has been selling produce for the last twelve years in the Mityana trading center and food market. The happily married mother of four says her business has been growing by leaps and bounds principally due to her hard work, tenacity and organization.


Halima sells mostly coffee, bananas and beans, and the fact that she owns a farm has really come in handy. She says she is able to sell mostly crops she has harvested from her own garden. In this way she has cut down on her expenditures and increased her profits. She says she is able to make weekly profits to the tune of 50,000 KES.


Halima belongs to Myanzi Tukolerewamu Women's Group, Mityana. With this loan, she is going to buy high-grade manure to improve her farming.

In this group: Halima, Anania*, Gladys, Kaloli, Gerald, Juliet, Sulaiman, Margret, Alice, Janat*
*not pictured


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