A loan of $1,000 helped to buy garments to sell.


Ruth's story

Ruth is 33 years old and a resident of Nkokonjer, a rural area in Kyengera, She has three children and also two dependents. Ruth's sister passed away three years ago and Ruth is obligated to take care of her sister’s children. She pays their tuition from the little income she earns from her boutique clothing business. Ruth started her business three years ago as source of income after she had gotten tired of being a mere employee. She started this business as a way of supporting herself and her family since she is the breadwinner for the entire family despite the fact that she is a widow. Ruth’s business is strategically located but her major challenge is inadequate capital which prevents her from buying in bulk. That hinders its growth and expansion as well as her profits since she has to go shopping all the time. She is therefore requesting to be funded to bridge the gap.The loan of 2,500,000 UGX will help her buy stocks of garments in bulk and at a reduced rate. Her neighbors commended her for being a hard-working, determined and supportive person in society.


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