A loan of $1,125 helped a member to buy plantain to sell.


Igorora Tutungukye Group's story

Doreen is a married woman with six children, four of whom are in school. Two dropped out due to lack of tuition. Doreen sells roasted plantain (Gonja) by the road side. Her customers are passengers who stop over to buy something to eat. Her major challenge is harsh weather conditions like sunshine and rain, which disrupt her during her business operations since she has to sit by the road side waiting for her customers. She runs her business with limited capital of ugx.100,000. She requested a loan of ugx.300,000 to add in her working capital so as to increase her cash flow. She will use the rest of the money to pay tuition for her children and buy them a few basic needs. Despite all these challenges, Doreen is a very hard-working woman who is striving had to provide a good education and a good standard of living for her children.

In this group: Doreen, Novas, Carolyne, Grace, Leonard, Kadiya, Kellen, Jadress
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