A loan of $1,725 helped a member to open more butcher shops.


Narirurwe West A Group's story

The leader of this small group is Hadija N.. She currently has a butcher shop and is requesting a loan to set up more butcher shops. Hadija is 48 years old, and married. Her husband has a butcher shop and also trades animal skins. She has 12 children ranging in age from 8 to 24, and 6 of them go to school.

Each week, Hadija makes approximately 20000 UGX (approximately $11.00) profit. With the extra profits from her loan, she hopes to be able to trade more bags of charcoal. Previously, Hadija had a loan from BRAC Uganda 100000 UGX in order to set up a butcher stall, and the loan was paid back on time.

Hadija is joined in her small group by Zam Nabiryo, Joweria N., Hanifa N., and Margret G.. Zam Nabiryo sells used clothes and wants to get a permanent place to conduct business. Joweria N. currently is operating a business selling used clothing and wants a loan to purchase more bags of clothes to sell. Hanifa N. has a retail shop and wants to increase the stock in her shop. Margret G. is currently raising cattle and selling charcoal, and is requesting a loan to buy more Friesian cows.

In this group: Hadija, Zam, Joweria, Hanifa, Margret
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