A loan of $4,975 helped a member more flour and cooking oil for her pancake business.


Sabina's Group's story

N. Sabina, “Jjaja Gonzaga” as she is referred to by her friends and family members, is the leader of the group in Mubende. She has had a business of making pancakes since 1943, when she started with 20 cents and now she is able to cater for her family, especially her grandchildren.

She says that she was introduced to her lending group by well-wishers who saw the burden ahead of her in caring for her family. She received her first loan to reinvest in her business and now she is doing well. She is also a small-scale farmer growing food mostly for home consumption, while before she had enough for sale. Sabina has been able construct rental houses by using her loans and savings and this is also helping her with her home welfare. She needs another loan to help with buying more flour and cooking oil for her pancake business.

In this group: Sabina, Bosco, Kasozi, Nalongo, Edith, Varencio, Annet, Judith, Paskal, Kaddu, Kalisti, Teo, Mary
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