A loan of $975 helped a member to purchase more young coffee plants.


Kisoga United Group's story

Coffee farming and sales have been 39-year-old Ronald's business for two years now in Kayunga. Ronald is a goal-oriented, dedicated and happily married father of three who resides in Kayunga. Previously, this go-getter was involved in mostly odd jobs in and around Kayunga. Time came when he had to find a reliable means of livelihood. It was about then that he purchased a piece of land, which had some coffee plants on it. The next course of action he took was to purchase more young coffee plants to plant on his farm. Most of the young coffee plants he planted on his farm are maturing as of now and the ones he got on the farm he bought are still sturdy. He is able to harvest coffee that he sells. He says per coffee season, this business can generate him as much as Ugandan shillings 460,000 in sales revenue. This is the second time Ronald's group is getting a loan from this MFI. He intends to use this Kiva loan to purchase more young coffee plants to plant.

In this group: Ronald, Christine, Annet
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