Microloan Program


IHA continues  to empower women and support healthy rural communities through its micro loan program.  Five new micro loan groups were funded in Paya (approx. 10 women per group).  Three new groups were also funded in Nanwasenga, bringing the total number of groups in the community to ten.   Currently, IHA  supports some 46 active, women-managed  groups.





                       NAFUMA WOMEN’S GROUP

uganda_2010 103IHA’s first loan was  made in 2009 to the women of Nafuma Village, Iganga District to grow tomatoes. After some  difficulties and a reorganization, the women repaid it as well as successive loans.

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