A loan of $3,775 helped a member to purchase more cereals to sell.


Burambira Development Group B's story

48-year-old T. George is a gentleman who believes that entrepreneurial self-efficacy is one of the best predictors of business success. From that point of view, the happily married father of three strives to bring an upbeat line of operation to his food sales business in Kihihi in Western Uganda. This has all been backed by courage, persistence and conviction. These have given his business an edge.

George has mostly been selling cereals. He has done this for the last five years. He is mobile and keeps moving in many food markets in western Uganda. He says he took root in this business with a loan from a local savings group. Weekly he says his business profits total up to shillings 130,000. He says he is going to use this loan to purchase more cereals to sell.

In this group: George, Lawrence, Privata, Rosemary, Geofrey, Denis, Santurina, Joseph, Naris*, Ambrose, Jeremiah, Julius*
*not pictured


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