A loan of $4,300 helped a member to purchase more retail commodities such as maize flour, soap, salt, beans, rice, etc to resell.


Byona Biyinzika S & C Co-Operative Society Group A's story

A resolute purposefulness is what has seen 53-year-old Sarah's retail business ride high on success. An all out effort aimed at firmly obtaining a strong footing for her enterprise has been paying dividends the last two years she has been in operation. The happily married mother of ten has registered some minimal successes but is hopeful more are on the horizon for the new year, 2012.

Sarah says she was inspired by her close friend to take root (in her business). Prior to taking root, she was deriving her sustenance from the selling of poultry.

Sarah says her monthly sales returns are to the tune of UGX 200,000.

She says she intends to use her loan to purchase more retail commodities such as maize flour, soap, salt, beans, rice, etc. to resell.

In this group: Sarah, Betty, Nulu*, Olivia, Abubakar*, Sarah, Resty, Polly, Gaton, Ruth, Ester, Zkula
*not pictured


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