A loan of $2,975 helped a member the purchase pf coffee seedlings and dry coffee to sell.

Ntenjeru Tubeere Group's story

Zebhor is a cheerful father of 4 who says hard work has taken his food sales business out of its stagnation. In his farms in Kayunga from where he gets most of the crops he sells, he plants crops such as bananas, coffee, beans, maize and coffee. He says it is mostly coffee he sells because it is a high selling crop in the food markets in and around Kayunga and in better food markets in Kampala.

From his own account he has done great business selling coffee. It is on that basis that he wants to grow more coffee as the potential for even greater profits in the future. His experience in this business for the last 5 years shows that nothing short of diligence, determination and optimism will bring business success. Zebhor has been making common cause with Pearl Micro-finance for quite a long time. He says it's where he prefers to apply and get loans from.

Weekly he says this business generates him 150,000 Shillings as sales profits. He reckons he will be able to earn an even greater amount when he gets this Kiva loan. He anticipates this loan will be one of his means to achieve this end. He is planning on purchasing more coffee seedlings to plant and dry coffee to sell

In this group: Zebhor, David, John, Peter, Erinest, Teopista, Charles*, Dirisa
*not pictured

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