A loan of $4,875 helped a member faith would buy more broiler chicks and stock chicken feeds with her part of this group loan.

Kamwokya Ii Development Group's story

Faith M., the chairperson of the Kamwokya II Development group, is a multi-business woman. She rears 250 local and broiler chickens at her home, a business she has had for seven years. She also sells tap water. And through the chicken business, she was able to start up the food processing business where she makes and sells juice, cakes, and other confectioneries. In all these businesses, she employs no one but works hand-in-hand with some of her children. She needs a loan to help buy more chicks and stock chicken feeds because the prices are going up by the day.

Faith is 53 years and married with six children. Though only one of her children is still in school, she cares for five other kids of which four are in school. The rest of the children are grown up and working in their own businesses.

Her group has been together since 1992 and they are grateful to Pearl Microfinance for the loans that have enabled them with the smooth running of their businesses.

In this group: Faith, Jeniffer, Jane, Rehemah, Ruth, Mildred, Jessica, Sylivia, Banabas, Eldad, Rwanda, Godfrey, Alice, Teddy, Mary, Florence, Jackline, Teddy, Robert, Jack, Sauya, Magid, Charles, Gertrude, Margaret

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