A loan of $4,100 helped a member to buy more material for making clothes.

Kirehe Kwetungura Group A, Kihihi's story

B. William, 57, belongs to Kirehe Kwetungura group A of Kihihi. He is married with 4 children and he still pays school fees for three of them.

He has been a tailor for over 20 years; mostly he has been selling school uniforms. Sensing that there was a ready market for clothes, William made a decision to start this business with capital from his farming business.

On a monthly basis, this tailoring business brings in 200,000 Ugandan shillings as profits. He says business expansion is next on his list objectives. He is also a farmer and sells produce to his local community. With this loan he says he is going to buy more clothes-making material.

In this group: William, Jackline, Yosam, Eliphaz, Denis, Elkard, Francis, Wilson, Justus, Jolly, Medard, Lawrence, Abel, Feresitance, Jackline

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