A loan of $2,025 helped a member to buy cereals.

Kasojo Farmers Savings & Credit Group's story

Obadia raising up the hand is 24 years old and married with two children who have started schooling. He is also taking care of two orphans: a two year old and a four year old.

Obadia buys and sells cereals. He has a corn milling machine. He started this business in 2005 with an aim of increasing his daily family income.

Obadia wants a loan of UGX 500,000 to buy more cereals. He buys the cereals and mills them. He hopes to expand his business by buying a motor vehicle to transport the corn flour from the village to the market.

His major challenge is the limited capital he has for his business. He also has difficulty getting vehicles to transport both the corn and the flour. He commends the lender for the efficient and timely provision of their services.
Attached is a photo of the group members, they are 15 because the local council chairperson who did not acquire a loan this cycle agreed to be part of the photo, he signed the waiver though.

In this group: Obadia, Benon, Anthony , John, George , Edson, Farasisiko, Gelevazio, Micheal, Edson, Norah, Fiyadora, Godfrey, Francis

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