A loan of $4,975 helped a member buying goods for her food shop.

Mukisa Group's story

N. A. is a soft-spoken mother of 8 children. She is also a caretaker of three other family members. Of the 8 children, 4 are adults, and 2 have attained university level education. She has a food business which produces mainly Matoke, which is a local staple. The main challenge in her business is the fluctuating prices of the goods. At time of buying, prices can vary widely.

She earns about 70000 ugsh /week in profit. She's been in business for about 15 years and has been involved with her lending group for 11. The strength of her business, she says, is having great customer care.

Her benefits from the loan include her ability to build her own house and send all her kids to school. She started borrowing 50,000 Ugsh 15 years ago. Now she has gone up to 900,000. This is her 36th loan. She is so grateful that the loans have enabled her to send her kids to school.

Her vision is to have all her children attend University.

In this group: Annet, Nagujja, Wessesa, Nawagebe, Kajuge, Natezzibeme, Natubwanna, Mutomya, Nabikege, Ranije, Sebuyongo, Nabuuuuuula, Nassanga

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