A loan of $1,575 helped a member to purchase more electronic goods such as electric kettles, bulbs, iron boxes, etc., to resell.


Namasuba Women's Development Initiative Group's story

Thirty-year-old Fatumah has been selling electronic goods for five years now in Kampala. The single mother of one says she began this business under the financial auspices of her close friends and relatives.

At her shop, she sells a variety of electronic goods such as kettles, DVD players, iron boxes, bulbs, etc. She says this business generates her sales revenue totaling 50,000 Ugandan shillings weekly. She says she is to utilize this Kiva loan money to purchase more electronic goods such as electric kettles, bulbs, iron boxes, etc., to resell.

In this group: Fatumah, Winnie, Ruth, Asumpta, Immaculate, Sarah, Hahifah*, Agnes
*not pictured


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