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Succes Stories

Grace Arayo

Grace Arayo is one of the many vulnerable women who have had the opportunity to benefit from the microfinance, business skills and mentorship provided by Sustain Micro Enterprise. Grace joined our program with a goal of improving her life and be able to provide for her family.  She received business

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Hasifah Koose

Hasifah is a single mother of eight. The family depended on subsistence farming and struggled to provide the children with even one meal a day.  None of her children attended school because Hasifah couldn’t afford the school fees or the scholastic. In 2016 she underwent business skills training with Sustain Micro

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Lydia Ssanyu

42-year-old Lydia and her husband struggled to support their eight children on the meager income they had from their small plot of land.  She dreamt of having healthy, happy children who could go to school and build a positive future for themselves. In 2015 she came to Sustain Micro Enterprise

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Sylvia Aketch

Sylvia had a dream of building her own house so that she can have a better place to keep her children. The mother of 9 children is from a polygamous marriage and rarely receives any support from her husband for the children and the entire family so she has to

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Dorothy Awino

I had a dream “I had a dream but each day my dream seemed to be killed. I did not go to school so when I grew up, my mother was a tailor and I had to learn tailoring skills from her,” says Dorothy. “My big dream was to own

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Ziriya Kagoya

Ziriya struggled to make ends meet by carrying out peasantry farming in her village Ziriya struggled to make ends meet by carrying out peasantry farming in her village. But her income was not enough to feed the nine children and pay school fees. To supplement on the family’s income, her

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Nabwire Dezilanta

Dezilanta started providing for her family Dezilanta started providing for her family after her husband left her for another woman. But life got even worse for the single mother of seven when she was chased out of the house by her husband together with her children. She needed a way

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Lydia Hamba

Lydia Hamba became a sole provider for her family Lydia Hamba became a sole provider for her family after her husband died in an accident. But life got even worse for the widowed mother of three children when all the properties that the husband left behind were taken by the

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