A loan of $1,200 helped a member to buy bananas, beans and maize flour for selling.

Abeteraine Bughoye Group's story

Kalen is a sixty-year-old man, married with sixteen children, who owns a house in Kasese, Uganda. He is a member of the Abeteraine Bughoye group in which members co-guarantee each other for access to credit. He has been dealing in agriculture businesses, doing both farming and selling beans, maize, ground nuts and bananas for four years. His hardships are price fluctuations, bad seasons and high transport costs. His vision is to have a well established food stuff shop, plus educating his children to university level. Kalen needs the loan facility to enable him buy bananas, beans and maize flour for selling.

In this group: Melenia, Bazara, Ferediano, John, Butura, Rose, Kalen, John, Mbindule, Neverless, Salomi, Gevina, Augustine, Zeresi, Ivan, Zeverio

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