A loan of $4,225 helped a member to pay school fees for her kids.

Kiburara Tweheyo Group's story

44-year-old K. Mary has been partial to farming since 2001. Mary says, to take root in this worthwhile business, she relied on money from a small goat sales business. The happy-go-lucky mother of three practices her farming in Kiburara-Ibanda.

To open better horizons for her business, her stocks in trade have been diligence, determination, good human relationship skills and prayer. She says she has been able to make strides in terms of better profits and the provision of better welfare for her family because of this business.

Mary says her future plans are for the expansion of her farming gardens where she has for the most part been planting, harvesting, and selling bananas, cassava, cabbages, beans, rice and pumpkins. Weekly she says this business generates shillings 50,000 as profit. She says with this loan she is going to pay school fees for her kids.

In this group: Mary, Monica, Maureen, Dinah*, Vivian, Jane, Resta*, Molly, Naome, Martin, John Baptist
*not pictured

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