A loan of $650 helped a member increase her stock and grow her business.

Nabaterrega Suliana Group's story

Nabaterrega S. is a 50-year-old single mother of nine, with children aged 14 to 30. She rents a two-room house where she lives with her family. She also takes care of additional family members and the family has three meals a day. Her greatest expense in a month is tuition fees for her children.

She sells chicken on a retail basis in the market and rents the space where she does business. She works seven days a week and has about five customers a day. She has done this business for seven years now and has not done any other business.

The main challenge she faces in her business is that people buy chicken seasonally, especially during the festive season. She has worked with MCDT for ten years and has received 20 loans from MCDT so far. The reason why she chose to work with MCDT is because it lends to the poor. She will use this loan to increase her stock, and she also hopes to continue growing her business.

In this group: Nabaterrega, Nakakande, Nassiwa, Namuyomba

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