A loan of $3,325 helped a member to buy more retail goods like rice, soft drinks, maize flour, beans and salt.


Bwizi Fraternity Group's story

Lawrence is 42 years of age and a married father of eight children in Kyenjojo district. He owns a retail shop which is located at the side of the road in a busy trading centre in Kyenjojo. He sells goods such as sugar, maize flour, salt, and soft drinks.

Lawrence is described as a very hardworking businessman who has managed to sustain his business over a long period of time. His retail shop generates about 50,000 Uganda shillings as profits per week. He says the long time he has spent in his business is due to his good customer care, hard work and determination.

With his Kiva loan, Lawrence plans to buy more retail goods like rice, soft drinks, maize flour, beans and salt to resell at his shop.

In this group: Lawrence, Moses, Moses*, Martin, Richard, Francis, January, Mariam, Karuna, Feresita, Kurinaiyo, Justus*, Marliza
*not pictured


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