A loan of $1,600 helped a member to buy timber to make furniture for sale.


Tweyambe Hakabanda Group's story

Moris is a married man who has four children of school-going age. He runs a carpentry business, which he has operated for a period of 19 years. He started with second-hand clothes, then sold them off and bought timber for his workshop. Moris is a member of Tweyambe Hakabanda, a village group where group each member guarantees the other. The high transport costs affect his business and he looks forward to educating his children. He wants a loan to buy more timber to make furniture for sale.

In this group: Moris, William, Francis, Noah, Anthony, Leopond, Max, Peter, Henry, John
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