Tweyambe Mutukula Group
She sells garments for women (commonly known as Bitenge) and has a cocoa business to earn additional income. She has sold clothing since 1989 and it has helped her to educate her children. Her cocoa business is challenged by the changing seasons and competition affects her clothing business.
She dreams of completing her house and educating her children in good schools. She wants a loan to buy more women's garments to sell.
The photo shows many members who have guaranteed each other but some have not taken the loan.
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