We help some fine fellows in Uganda

Because the repayments on past microfinance loans are starting to come in we had the opportunity to make another US$25 this month. As Master19 was home from uni for the holiday we let him choose.

“Charles Barikudembe is the leader of Kazo 2 abamwe group in Ibanda. He is 40 years old, married,and has six children, all of whom attend school. Charles sells produce, which includes bananas and maize, to the general public in Kyampangala. He works with his wife who sells milk and runs a grocery store. He has been in business for 20 years after working with his uncle who owned a produce store hence the experience. He is very hard working and hopes to educate all his children. Charles is requesting a loan, which he will use to purchase more matooke and maize.”

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