A loan of $3,275 helped a member to purchase more foods such as bananas, sweet and Irish potatoes, beans, pineapples, etc., to resell.


Byona Biyinzika Savings Group B's story

Agnes, 35 years old, has a decade-long pedigree in her food sales trade in Kampala. She says she set forth in this business under the financial auspices of her husband, with whom she has two high-spirited children. She had previously been a housewife. She sells foods such as bananas, sweet potatoes, green vegetables, pineapples, cassava, Irish potatoes and beans.

What has kept her business afloat is the fact that she plies her business in one of the cheapest and most popular food markets in the metropolis of Kampala in Uganda. This food market is highly popular and any entrepreneur who plans out effectively and serves his clientele well can do great business.

Monthly, Agnes's gross sales income is Uganda shillings 120,000. She says this loan will come in handy in the purchase of more foods, such as bananas, sweet and Irish potatoes, beans, pineapples, etc., to resell.

In this group: Agnes, Ester, Joweria, Sarah, Resty, Beatrice, Zkula, Rosette, Olivia, Betty


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