A loan of $1,675 helped a member to buy second hand clothes to sell.

Bwikaara Tweyombeka Group's story

Margret is a 41-year-old widow with seven children who stay with her. She takes care of these children by paying school fees termly and providing for their basic needs. Margret operates a business for second hand clothes to earn money and look after the family. She has been operating this business since 2008.

Margret wants a loan of 500,000 shillings to add capital into her business and to be able to generate enough income for the family. Her dream is to educate the children up to high institutions of learning.
Her major challenge however, is the limited capital in the business, combined with bad weather which affects her secondary business of agriculture.
Ten of the group members got loans however one other member(the eleventh) pictured in the photograph will get a loan in the next cycle.The other person in the photograph standing at the front with a necktie is the loan officer.

In this group: Magret, Joyce, Erikanjero, Joyce, William, Serivesti, George, Andrew, Musa, Topista

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