A loan of $1,600 helped a member to increase clothing sales.

Narirurwe West C Group's story

The leader of this small group is Aisha N.. She currently has a business selling clothing. She is requesting a loan to increase the inventory of clothes to sell. Aisha is 33 years old and is married. Her husband has a butcher shop. She has 4 children ranging from ages 6 to 18 and her children go to school.

Each week, Aisha makes approximately 350000 UGX (about $205) profit. With the extra profit gained from increasing the clothing sales, she hopes to be able to pay school fees for the children. Aisha has had a loan for 100000 UGX (about $60) from BRAC Uganda in the past in order to invest in her business, and the loan was paid back on time.

Aisha is joined in her small group by Habiba N., Zawija Biriabwa, Rose K., Lukia N., and Harriet N.. Habiba N. has a talioring business and wants to set up a shop selling clothes. Zawija Biriabwa has a butcher shop and sells the meat, and wants a loan to buy more animals for slaughtering. Rose K. has a retail shop and wants to increase the stock. Lukia N. currently has a tailoring business and is requesting a loan to buy more sewing machines. Harriet N. sells charcoal and intends to purchase more sacks of charcoal from villages.

In this group: Aisha, Habiba, Zawija, Rose, Lukia, Harriet

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