Harriet needs a group loan to purchase more stock items to expand the business. The stock almost got depleted during the lockdown period. Stock items to be purchased include a box of tomatoes, tin of onions, 3 bunches of sweet bananas, basket of orranges and 10 pieces of bark clothes. The business generates a net sales income of UGX 300,000/ ($81) per month and this loan is to rejuvinate this business from this down turn.
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Harriet is a woman born in 1978, resident of Kajjansi town. She operates a vegetable stall in Kajjansi market.
Tweyambe is a Luganda word that means 'Let us help each other'. The members in this group come together with the aim of helping each other since they can not acess loans from the bank. The members are people who live within the same area of Kajjansi and their businesses are also in Kajjansi with the exception of those that have more than one business operating outside the jurisdiction in Kampala .
A is a subgroup of Tweyambe group consisting of six members.