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A loan of $1,325 helped a member to buy coffee that she will dry and sell at the factory.


Katenga Turibamwe Group's story

Jovvy is 49 years of age. She is married with five children, and two dependants who are orphans. She is part of the Katenga Turibamwe group a development group in rural Bushenyi. This is the second time she is taking a loan of ugx. 1,000,000 Ugandan shillings.

She trades in goats and coffee, with an additional income from decorations. She began her business in 2003, and it is located in a trading centre of a rural area. Most of her clients are located around the coffee factory.

She hopes to build a family house to accommodate her children and dependants in a more descent housing. Though she faces a problem of fluctuation of prices, she is involved in many businesses and is very hard working.She hope the group will pay diligently to uphold the partnership and she thanks Kiva lenders for the interest they took in their businesses.

In this group: Immelda, Addy, Robert, Jovva, Jovvy



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