A loan of $1,850 helped a member the purchase of more medicine to resell.


Nswanjere Farmers United Group's story

32-year-old Faridah N. has been operating her pharmacy business for the past 4 years in Mpigi Town. On the face of it, this happily married mother of 3 seems a courteous and down-to-earth person. From the accounts of many of her clients, Faridah is indeed a kind and approachable person. This has at length significantly impacted her business, principally from the angle of striking a chord with many clients. Over time, Faridah has established her own niche in the market. Subsequently, her pharmacy sales revenue has been increasing.

Faridah is a trained nurse and before she ventured into the pharmacy business, she was operating a retail shop and a restaurant. Faridah also does some small-scale farming. Weekly, she says her gross business profits are about 80,000 shillings. She says with this loan, she is going to purchase more medicine to resell.

In this group: Faridah, Betty, Pothiano, Paul, Justin, Jane, Issa, Jane, John, Martin, Christopher


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