A loan of $1,950 helped a member to buy maize and beans to sell.


Mutaraza Kwebisaho Group's story

Jovailo is a 49-year-old divorcee with four children. Since she divorced her husband who later died, Jovailo needs income to boost her business in order to help her look after her children so that they can have a better future. She conducts business on a small scale. Her main challenges are price fluctuations, unpredictable seasons and dishonest clients who buy goods on credit and never pay.

Evas, another group member, wants to buy more goats to trade as well as beans, maize, nuts and bananas. Her husband is unemployed, so she is the one looking after the family. Price fluctuations and foot-and-mouth disease are her major challenges. The women are grateful to Ugafode and the group for having helped them to be independent in terms of finance. They are now doing well, and their children and families are well cared for thanks to sensitization received through the group.

In this group: Meron, Jovailo, Diannah, Promise, Evas, Posiano, Medrine, Simei, Dfrepetua, Fred, Jeriminah
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