A loan of $1,925 helped a member purchase wholesale quantities of clothing.

Grace Group's story

Rose M., 37, is a married mother of five children, aged six to 20. She is also the foster mother of her late brother’s three orphans. She rents a small stall in Kampala’s vibrant Owino market where she sells second-hand clothes and provides tailoring services. She became a seamstress five years ago after earning a certificate in tailoring. She specializes in gomeses (traditional dresses) and school uniforms.

This is Rose’s first loan with BRAC. She will use the loan proceeds to purchase wholesale quantities of clothing items for her boutique and to purchase more tailoring materials and supplies. She hopes that this loan will help her attract more customers with a higher selection of products and increase her profits.

Rose has big ambitions! She hopes to one day import clothing from Dubai and New York and offer them in her own exclusive boutique. She would love to be able to educate her children in the finest universities abroad.

In this group: Rose, Hadijah, Asiya , Nulu, Barbra*, Nulu, Rehemah, Hawa , Annet, Mariam
*not pictured

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