I’m a Ugandan national and I decided to join a Seed Effect savings group for the future of my five children. I have a business selling clothes in the market and I make money to provide for my children and put them in school.
I took a loan of 50,000 Ugandan Shillings to invest in my business and the loan was helpful. When I increased my inventory, I made a profit. It was easy to pay back because I had profit.
I’m the Chairperson of Struggle Seed Effect savings group. In our group, some of us are naturals (Ugandan citizens), and we want these South Sudanese refugees to be part of us. We want them to forget their trauma and what we have been facing. We do counseling and help them and give our full support to them.