A loan of $1,100 helped a member to complete payment on a piece of land.

Abeishemwe Tukore Group's story

Ignitius is a married man with two children, in addition to taking care of his two sisters. Ignitius sells fruits like pineapples, pawpaws, oranges and watermelons to earn a living. He sells these on a busy street on the city outskirts. He works 13 hours each day, all the days of the week, in order to break even. His main challenges are fluctuation in prices as well as poor transport which affects the perishable fruits. He hopes to venture into poultry to supplement his strained income. The client will use this loan as a top up to acquire a small piece of land neighboring him. This will increase the piece of land on which he grows the fruits. He is a hard-working man. The group supports each other to foster community development. The second person from the left to right at the back is the Ugafode credit officer.

In this group: Laban, Frank, Barnabas, Sipriano, Abby, Elias, Ruth, Ignitius, Pasikali

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