A loan of $3,525 helped a member to buy plantains, sweet potatoes and other groceries to sell.


Norah's Group's story

Hanifa is a widow with six children. She also looks after other three dependents, who are orphans. She is a member of the Tebuyoleka Group. She wants a loan to pay school fees for the many children. Her dream is to buy a plot of land and build a house for her children near the city, and thus to get relief from the burden of renting. Her main challenge is that business is slow and, at times, she spends three days without making any sales, yet she still has to meet the needs of her family. However, with the loans, she believes the status of the business will change, because she will be able to buy a variety of food items to make her business competitive. She is a hard-working woman. The twelfth member of the group, right rear, is the group secretary, who is in a different sub-group and signed a waiver form for this loan.

In this group: Norah, Sauda, Hanifa, Rosemary, Rosemary, Jannipher, Grace, Rose, Robinah, Safina, Joseph


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