A loan of $2,425 helped a member to purchase more beans, rice, ground nuts and cabbage seeds to plant.

Rwenyonyozi Tukore Group's story

She is on the sunny side of 29, a stickler for diligence, highly spirited, focused and enterprising. These are all attributes which describe this happily married mother of four who goes by the name of Carolina. The business she bears a hand in is a lucrative business, but very highly competitive in nature. Food sales has been her business enterprise for the past decade. Carolina operates her business from the main food market in Ntungamo. The fact that she owns a farm has been a vantage point of sorts. She has been able to take in stride the high demands from her clients because she is able to harvest and sell what she grows. This coupled with her other stocks in trade have enabled her to make significant headway throughout the years.

Carolina has mostly been selling bananas, beans, rice, cabbage, and ground nuts. She says her monthly sales revenue is 60,000 shillings and she says with this Kiva loan, she is going to purchase more beans, rice, ground nuts, and cabbage seeds to plant. She thinks this will increase her harvest after the crops mature. She also envisions better sales profits in the future with increased sales.

In this group: Carolina, Wellen, Christine, Gideon, Fred, Asaph, Kerret, Abel*, Nathan, Francis, Scovia, Jovlet, Asaph*
*not pictured

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