A loan of $3,025 helped a member to purchase more poultry to resell.

Nazziba Central Women's Group's story

Fifty-eight-year-old K. Felicity has been plying her poultry business for 15 years now. She operates her business from Nazziba neighborhood, which is a stone's throw away from Kampala, the capital of Uganda. The happily married mother of five comes across as a happy-go-lucky and hospitable lady. By her own account, it was not easy taking root in this business. She had no savings, owing to the fact that she had no job before. She says she owed it to herself to work diligently with a set objective of carving out her own niche in the poultry market, which in recent years has become highly lucrative. Apart from raising chickens, Felicity also sells eggs. She says this business generates her profits to the tune of 100,000 shillings weekly. She says with this loan money she is going to purchase more poultry to resell.

In this group: Felicity, Jane, Christine, Prossy*, Specioza, Juliet*, Agnes, Agnes, Jane*, Cissy, Getrude, Winnie, Florence, Micheal, Moses, Moses
*not pictured

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