Community Lives Impacted With Our Loans


A MARKET VENDOR EXPANDS BUSINESS AND EDUCATES HER CHILDREN WITH $137USD LOAN.







Namubiiru Gertrude is married with four children and has been a market vendor for one year after a long period of time being a stay home mother. She is hard working and loves her business so much that she took a loan to expand it and be able to educate her children.

Gertrude has been able to feed her family and educate her children whose school has been on and off due to failure to pay on time.

The six month loan of 500,000shillings ($137USD) at 21% fixed interest rate will enable her to get more stock, expand her business and increase her profits thus being able to pay her children’s school fees, because, as you can see she is in a congested place with less stock.

Increase and expansion of her business will enable people in her community to get tomatoes and vegetables in any given quantities as they are used on a daily basis in homes and restaurants .thus saving them from moving long distances, time and money.


AISHA EXPANDS HER PIGGERY FARM WITH A LOAN



Namuleme Aisha is a single mother with two children and has been keeping /rearing pigs for eight months, where she has been able to take care of her family and siblings with the money she makes.

Aisha takes on a loan worth 600,000 shillings ($164 USD) at 21% interest rate in order to buy more pigs, food and create more space so as to increase her income.

The community benefits from her business, because she supplies them with pigs for pork.

Aisha also buys medicine and food for her pigs from her village thus supporting them as well and will lead to financial growth of the whole community in general.

A RETAIL SHOP OWNER GETS $191USD AND DOUBLES HIS INCOME



Tamale Isma is married with three children and has been doing a retail shop for four years and he has been able to take care of his family ,her mother and educate his children with the money he makes.

Isma takes on a ( $191USD) 700,000shilligs loan at 21% interest rate to expand and buy more stock as per customer’s demands because as you can see,he is in a congested place which affects the display of his stock and that will help him to increase his income and profits

As Isma expands and is fully stocked ,the people in his community will be able to buy all the stuffs they need from his shop than moving to big cities which is wastage of time and money.

A WIDOW BETTERS HER STANDARDS OF LIVING WITH $137USD LOAN.



Hamidah is a widowed hardworking market vendor, has four children and has been in this business for two years ever since she lost her husband.

With the money Hamidah makes, she has been able to take care of her children and educate them as well

She decides on taking 500,000 shillings ($137USD) loan at 21% interest rate, so that she can buy more vegetables and food stuffs so as to satisfy her customer’s demands. As u can see, she is suffering from stock outs and this affects her income and customers who have to move long distances to bigger markets in towns.

As Hamidah expands and doubles her income, the people in her village will be able to get fruits, vegetables and other food stuffs as per their demands, thus saving time and money which would have been used in transport.

A BUTCHER MAN DOUBLES HIS INCOME WITH $164USD LOAN.



Ssaka Mwanje is married with five children and has been a butcher man for five years, He has been able to take care of her family and educate his children with the money he makes and he is so much passionate but his job.

He has decided to take on this six months loan of 600,000shillinhgs ($164USD) at 21% interest rate, so as to boost his business by buying more animals/meat and modernize his butchery because as you can see it’s not the best looking, and that will attract more customers to his business.

As this butchery is modernized and more types of meat are available(mutton, beef and goats meat),people in his village will be saved from moving to towns looking for a variety of meat types for home consumption and restaurants because all will be available at his butchery.


A CHARCOAL SELLER TRANSFORMS HER FINANCIAL LIFE WITH $173USD LOAN



Nakalema Laila is a single mother with two children, sells charcoal for a living, charcoal is used for cooking in charcoal stoves by restaurants and many homes in Uganda .Laila has been in this business for one and a half years. She has taken care of the siblings and educated her children with the money she makes.

Laila takes on a six months loan of 500,000shillings ($137USD) at 21% interest rate for expansion ,for buying more charcoal thus being fully stocked and able to supply to other charcoal sellers in her village.

The expansion of her business will help people to always get enough charcoal at any time of the day and this will quicken the cooking most especially for restaurants because food has been available all the time thus saving money and time that would have been used while moving to other suppliers in big towns.

A CARPENTER BOOSTS HIS BUSINESS WITH $191USD.



Mirundi Christopher is talented, hardworking and passionate about his work. He is married with two children and has been a carpenter for six years and has managed to build himself a house, support his family and educate his children with the money he makes

Christopher has taken on 600,000hillings ($191USD) loan to expand his workshop for better display and buy more good machines to help him in his art.

In this community, people will not have to go looking for furniture in big cities anymore because Christopher will be able to give them all furniture in their desirable designs and sizes hence money and time saving.

SHOPKEEPER IMPROVES HIS STANDARD OF LIVING WITH A LOAN



Naboosa Annet is a hardworking woman, married with four children and has been doing this business for one year. She has managed to take care of her family buy providing meals and clothing her children.

She takes on a six months loan of $191US Dollars (700,000 shillings) ,so as to buy more stock for her shop because she is now suffering from stock outs which reduces his income and inconveniences her daily customers.

The people in Annet’s community after her expansion will be able to get a variety of goods in different quantities as per their demands, than moving long distances to far towns which is exhausting and time wasting.


A HOME STATIONED HAIR DRESSER’S DREAM OF OWNING A HAIR SALON COMES TRUE WITH $137USD LOAN.





Nakiguli Milly is a talented hair dresser who does her business from her compound and is so much passionate about it. She is widowed with three children and has been doing this business for two years and her dream has been to have her own hair salon.

Milly has decided to take on 500,000shillings($137USD) loan, so that she can be able to rent a room and buy saloon gadgets and all the basics of a hair salon, so as to achieve her dream and to satisfy her customer’s demands and desires.

All the women in this area will benefit because now Milly will be able to make their hair in different styles and beautify them because she is talented and all that is lacking is gadgets ad a good looking place, thus saving the money they would have used to move to big cities and time.

MOBILE MONEY AGENT DOUBLES HIS INCOME WITH A LOAN WORTH $137USD



Nasser Kayemba is Mobile money agent in Buikwe village; he is hardworking and committed to his work. He is married with one child and has been doing this business for two years. He has been able to take care of the siblings and his family.

Nasser decides to take on 500,000shillings ($137USD) loan at 21% interest rate, so as to boost his business, so that he is able to serve his customer withdrawing and depositing money on a daily basis.

As his business gets boosted, the people in his village will be able to access mobile money services all the time, and this save them money and time from moving long distances and transport.




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