Mariam is a resident of Kajjansi cell ‘A’. She is up for a loan to purchase 300 broiler chicks, chicken feeds and vaccines. Her business has a risk of chicks dying if not managed well but she has been in this business for thirty nine years, indicating that she has many years of experience in managing the business.
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Mariam is looking for a top up loan of UGX 700,000/ to buy chicken feeds. Currently she has 300 broiler chicken which is almost ready for sale in a period of one month. However, she has been strugling to look after her poultry farm during this difficult time since she was restricted from conducting her additional business. She could not access Kajjansi market where she used to operate an evening food kiosk. This additional loan, will help to secure constant supply of feeds.
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Nambalirwa Mariam is a female who was born in 1952 and a permanent resident of Kajjansi “A” Cell. She is a member and chairperson of Kajjansi Group 3 of subgroup Bwavu mpologoma. She is operating a local restaurant serving local food like Matooke (plantain food), sweet potatoes, tubers with chicken stew, beans and meat stew in an evening market outside Kajjansi Market. Mariam also runs outside catering business where she serves food on parties and big functions especially in the weekends. She keeps broiler chicken at home which she uses in her restaurant business.
It's a new group formed with 10 members divided into two subgroups from Kajjansi market and outside.
Bwavu mpologoma is a proverb in Luganda which means that poverty is like a lion, if you don't fight hard, you cannot survive it.
All members in second cycle have applied for a repeat loan. In addition, Nattembo Melida has replaced Ssegawa Margret in the second cycle.