A loan of $2,675 helped a member to buy cement and doors to resell.


Naluvule Rural Women's Association Group's story

28-year-old N. Slyvia was selling clothes before she had a change of mind and ventured into her current hardware business at the Naluvule trading center in Kampala. That was almost a decade ago. This mother of 4 says that with the passage of time, she has gone through a mill of chequered experiences in running her business. These experiences have both been positive and negative but being the upbeat person that she is, she has chosen always to make the best out of her bad situations. Monthly, she says this business generates for her 500,000 Ugandan shillings in profit. She says that with this loan she is going to purchase more bags of cement and metallic doors to resell. She is looking at the prospect of better sales revenues after she makes those purchases.

In this group: Slyvia, Florence, Resty, Edward*, Harriet, Amina, Desire, Dais*, Mariam, Prossy, Babra, Hadijah, Dorothy
*not pictured


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