A loan of $3,275 helped a member to buy roofing materials for his incomplete residential house.


Kyenzigye Group's story

This story was given by George William, who is squatting in the front row with a white cloth in hand.

George William is a 45-year-old married man with seven children who are all in school. He operates a bicycle and motorcycle spare parts shop and garage, plus a maize milling machine. George started these businesses in 1992 in order to boost the family income and provide basic needs to the family.

George wants the loan to be able to complete the roofing of his residential house and have a decent home for the family. His family is excited about celebrating the new year is a more descent accommodation since they are considering of inviting some relatives over for the festive season they will have a great time.

George's major clients are residents of his village and the outskirts of Kagadi town where he operates the businesses. His major challenge is the limited capital plus labor force to assist in the operation of the business, as he wishes to expand it and provide employment to school dropouts. George's wish is to see financial services availed to him and his community whenever they are in need of funding for their businesses.

In this group: Paul, James, Tadeo, Deusidedit, Valerian, Bitagase, Deo, Charles, Alinaitwe, James, Matia, Donozio, George William, Raphael, Francis, Zaverio, Julius
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