A loan of $5,000 helped a member to employ more farm labor and to buy bags for a retail shop.


Bwavumpologoma Lending Group's story

Esau W. is the treasurer of Bwavumpologoma Lending group in Kayunga. He is a teacher by profession teaching in Busaana Primary School, a privately owned school, where he gets a monthly pay. He is also a farmer with maize and bean plantations, as well as having a retail shop where he sells clothes of all kinds, shoes, luggage and handbags, bells and many other accessories. He is 40 years old and married with four children, the eldest being 13 years while the youngest is three. In all his businesses, he works with his wife.

Esau is our good client and he would like a loan to be able to add manpower to his plantain farm and partly to buy luggage bags for his shop. He will share this loan with the other members of his group.

In this group: Esau, Moses, Amis, Emmanuel, Sirajje, James, Isa, Karim, Ben, Vincent, Alex, Richard, Hassan, Abdulah
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