A loan of $1,775 helped a member to buy agricultural produce.


Kenga Development Association Group's story

Pulikeria is 46 and is married with 4 children aged 13, 15, 17 and 19. She pays all the tuition for the children since her husband cannot help enough. She is a farmer and also operates an agricultural produce store at Kenga Central, a business she started in 2000.

Pulikeria has approached UGAFODE for a loan through her group, Kenga Development Association, to buy more produce now that the harvest season has started. She hopes that she will buy cheaply at the moment and later sell at a high price. She wiil be able to repay the loan after the sale of the produce.

Her main challenges are sub-standard produce sold to her by suppliers and poor transportation for transporting her produce.

In this group: Valley, Francis, Frank, Letesia, John, Pulikeria, Richard, John, John, Edson
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