A loan of $2,125 helped a member to expand and improve her business by purchasing additional piglets that she will raise and slaughter for pork.

Kisenyi Tugonzangane Group's story

Good day dear partners! Below is the story of Rose's group. Rose is the one whose hand is raised.

Rose is a 35-year-old, married woman with eight children. Six of her children are in school. To earn a living, she operates a retail shop, where she sells pork in the outskirts of Kagadi town. Her major clients are residents of Kisenyi, a suburb of Kagadi where she operates. She explains that she started the business in 1993 in an effort to increase income for her family. Rose's major challenge is insufficient capital, which makes it difficult to meet her clients' demands for pork products.

Rose is seeking a loan in the amount of 400,000 UGX. With the loan proceeds, she plans to purchase additional piglets so that she increase her family's earnings. Her dream is to construct a permanent residential house for the family and to make sure that her children are educated at a higher institution of learning. She is thankful that UGAFODE came at the time that her group members needed financial services; indeed, she feels that UGAFODE's appearance in their lives answered their prayers. The group collectively believes that they will make good use of the money this Christmas and that the returns will be signficant.

In this group: Francis, Bitu, Joseph, Francis, Sirasi, Godfrey, Francis, Benard, Joseph, Juliet, Rose, John, Robert, John, Vincent, Mary, Mary, Joseph, Agnes, Teopista, Tadeo, Leonard, Evarist

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