A loan of $3,250 helped a member purchasing a large stock of fish for resale.


Lubajja Traders (B) Group's story

Abdul is the father to 18 children, all from the same wife! He and his wife support these children with a fish-mongering business, a poultry business (mainly run by his wife) and a small farm. Abdul has been in the fish-mongering and farming businesses since he was a teenager.

Although he knows how to grow other products, these days Abdul primarily grows coffee, beans, maize and matoke (green fruits that look like bananas). He usually works the land alone, but occasionally he employs people to help him during planting or harvesting. Since his oldest child is now 40, his children are his day-to-day source of help in running his businesses.

Abdul is requesting a loan of 500,000 USH to make a large purchase of fish for resale. Someday, Abdul would like to open a retail shop where he could sell his fish, products from his farm, and other retail items.

In this group: Abdula , Richard, Hussein, Richard, Ponsiano, Florence, Dennis, Dan, Joseph, Fred , Bosco
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