A loan of $4,875 helped a member to purchase more retail commodities such as sugar, soap,cooking oil, maize flour, plastics, etc. to resell.

Nakaseeta Savings And Credit Group's story

Thirty-seven-year-old level-headed Christine is not your run-of-the-mill type of retail business woman. She has for the last 16 years showed forth diligence, determination, perseverance and tenacity in a predominantly male-dominated business setting. By doing that, she has made lots of headway, notwithstanding some drawbacks. Her diligence has been of vital consequence. Hard work to her has meant always being at the beck and call of her clients, listening to their needs and always solving the issues that come forth with fortitude and courage. Christine has seen the inside lane of success and has also borne witness to failure. The happily married mother of 5 says it has all been worthwhile.

Christine operates from Mityana. She set forth in this retail trade with savings from her farming business. She still does the farming and says it’s her second business. Weekly, her retail trade transactions generate her gross sales profits totaling up to 90,000 Ugandan shillings.

She says she will use her potion of this Kiva loan to purchase more retail commodities such as sugar, soap, cooking oil, maize flour, plastics, etc. to resell.

In this group: Christine, Eric, Simon, Joseph, Abigeal, Margret, Peter, William, Edinus, Godfry, Peter, Dezi, Dezi, Robina, Deo, Godfry, Fiina, Roset, Stephen, Moses

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