A loan of $2,250 helped a member to purchase more chicken and chicken mash.


Nyabugando Farmers Association Group's story

Cledonia, a 32-year-old easy-going mother of three, has been operating a poultry business and selling eggs for the last four years in Rukungiri, located in Western Uganda. In most urban areas, poultry is one of the most profitable business ventures in Uganda today, and in Rukungiri, where Cledonia operates her enterprise, it is growing by leaps and bounds.

Having started this business under the auspices of a government agro advisory scheme, Cledonia's hard work, determination and perseverance have led to success, and she has expansion plans under consideration. With monthly sales revenues of Uganda shillings 400,000, which includes proceeds from a small goat sales business she also operates, Cledonia plans to use this Kiva loan to purchase more chicken and chicken mash.

In this group: Cledonia, Friday*, Edward, George, Fred, Enoth
*not pictured


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