A loan of $1,900 helped a member buy household goods to resell.

Mukama Yemubeezi Kisunku Group's story

Teddy is a married woman with three children. She is twenty five years old. Teddy is a member of Mukama Wemubezi Kisunku group, which has nine members. This is her third loan cycle. She has received a loan of 500,000, 1,000,000 and 1,000,000 UGX respectively.

Teddy is a business woman who deals in a retail shop trading selling daily household use items. She works seven days a week and each day she works for seventeen hours. She has been in this business since 2009. She started this business with the aim of supplementing her husband’s family income. She sells her products to residents in rural setting.

Teddy has acquired this loan so that she can purchase more daily household use items which are usually consumed by her customers. Her hopes are to expand her business to the level of wholesale trading and to set up more outlets on the outskirts of her town.

Teddy’s challenges are delay of payments by customers who took goods on credit and lack of enough capital to finance her business. She describes herself as an honest and hard-working lady and asks lenders to continue extending their services to the local people so that they can develop themselves.

In this group: Teddy, Charles, Rose, Rose, Dinah, Margret, Cate, Vicent, Deus

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