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2 weeks ago
Microbanker
Peruth Nanfuma wants to boost her Local Brewing Business;
Peruth is a resident of a small village in Ssi, Buikwe district- she has taken 3 cycles of Micro credit from Sypo.
Peruth says that the first cycle of Micro credit was hard for her to manage since it was her very first time, however she paid it.
With her 2nd micro credit she was able to buy a calf which she used as collateral in her 3rd Micro credit.
Peruth says she started the local brewing business, but she has no items like a drum and pipes to use during brewing,
There fore, Peruth wants another micro credit to boost her Local brewing business, Peruth intends to buy pipes and a drum so that she can stop hiring them from friends. Peruth hopes that this will help her to raise her incomes so that she is able to take care of her Family

Peruth Nanfuma wants to boost her Local Brewing Business;
Peruth is a resident of a small village in Ssi, Buikwe district- she has taken 3 cycles of Micro credit from Sypo.
Peruth says that the first cycle of Micro credit was hard for her to manage since it was her very first time, however she paid it.
With her 2nd micro credit she was able to buy a calf which she used as collateral in her 3rd Micro credit.
Peruth says she started the local brewing business, but she has no items like a drum and pipes to use during brewing,
There fore, Peruth wants another micro credit to boost her Local brewing business, Peruth intends to buy pipes and a drum so that she can stop hiring them from friends. Peruth hopes that this will help her to raise her incomes so that she is able to take care of her Family
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4 weeks ago
Microbanker
Eseza kasubo lives in a small town in one of our Zones.
She has been in SYPO for 8 years now, she has taken several loan facilities.
From the loans, she managed to make profits and constructed  a house with 4 rental rooms.
This helps her to sustain her livelihood as well as take care of her 4 Orphaned grand children.
Eseza, hopes to take another loan to boast her restaurant business and also hopes to begin constructing another room from the profits she makes.
Eseza, is very greatful to SYPO for granting her the opportunity to get loans.

If you would like to donate take a look at our website, https://microbanker.com/

Eseza kasubo lives in a small town in one of our Zones.
She has been in SYPO for 8 years now, she has taken several loan facilities.
From the loans, she managed to make profits and constructed a house with 4 rental rooms.
This helps her to sustain her livelihood as well as take care of her 4 Orphaned grand children.
Eseza, hopes to take another loan to boast her restaurant business and also hopes to begin constructing another room from the profits she makes.
Eseza, is very greatful to SYPO for granting her the opportunity to get loans.

If you would like to donate take a look at our website, microbanker.com/
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2 months ago
Microbanker
Gertrud is an elderly woman in the village of Namaiba. With her first microcredit from SYPO, she invested in her farm--which expanded her income enough to be able to take 2 children into her home from deceased family members. The children are 7 and 14 years of age. Gertrud has 3 cows and bought 2 pigs with her microcredit. Now she only needs stables for her cattle, which shes hoping to use a second microcredit for.

Gertrud is an elderly woman in the village of Namaiba. With her first microcredit from SYPO, she invested in her farm--which expanded her income enough to be able to take 2 children into her home from deceased family members. The children are 7 and 14 years of age. Gertrud has 3 cows and bought 2 pigs with her microcredit. Now she only needs stables for her cattle, which she's hoping to use a second microcredit for. ... Show moreShow less

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