A loan of $1,475 helped a member to buy beans and coffee for selling.

Kichwamba Group's story

Rovina, aged 38 years, took a loan amount of 1,000,000 Ugandan shillings. She is in the Kichwamba Tweyambe Group that took a total loan amount of 3,800,000 shillings.

She is married with four children, all of them at school. Her husband was working with government but ran mad and left all the children and wife helpless; this forced her to start a small-scale business of trading in coffee and produce with the purpose of helping the children and the other two orphans she takes care of who lost their parents.

She works daily for eight hours. She also does farming apart from the business she started in 2004. She serves the rural population around her home.

Rovina is going to use the loan money for buying beans and coffee for selling. Her hopes are in the future of her children, for whom she labors much to see that they are educated. Her major challenge is getting school fees for her children, given her meager incomes from the business. She hopes that the bank will continue financing her business because it’s her only source of supporting the business.

In this group: Rovina, Joseph, Christopher, Sarah, Frolence, Eldard, Innocent

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