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Meet Our Clients

With clients in 24 countries, Opportunity International provides financial products and strategies to over 14.3 million people working their way out of poverty in the developing world.

 

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Caroline Musoke

Caroline Musoke owns a popular fruit and vegetable stall in Ggaba Market, Kampala. She is the sole carer to her four grandchildren and lives with them in a small room close to her business.

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Solange Bwanya Fitina

With help from Opportunity International’s loans and business training, Solange was able to purchase machinery and materials to expand her business, which now includes wedding garment rentals.

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Chantal Mukamama

Chantal owns a store selling wheel barrows, fencing, tar and other hardware, in Kigali, Rwanda. It is a thriving business and making good profit. But this wasn’t always the case.

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Justine Nassali

When Justine met with Opportunity Uganda, her worries began to fade, and her hopes started to rise.

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Mary Makkazi

Mary Makkazi is a single mother of five children. She works hard on her maize farm to provide for them and her sister, whose family she also supports.

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Said Busesire

Said Busesire starts his day early, very early. Just after midnight he starts the 15 km journey to Mbarara, the nearest biggest town.

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Robinah Muyama

Left by her husband to look after six children on her own, daily life was a challenge for Robinah Muyama. She struggled to provide regular meals for her children and she couldn’t pay their school fees. In time, her eldest three children stopped going to school – “Back then the children were being chased out of school because we had no money to pay their school fees” she says. Life was tough and Robinah couldn’t see a way out.

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Evelyn Nuku

Bestway Grammar School has 300 students, 16 teachers and a three storey building that provides classes for 3 to 16 years old.

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Lucia Enacio

"My life is so much better now. I have been able to pay for my hospital bills, pay for my children’s school fees and books and now I am hoping to build a good house for me and my children – which we have never had before."

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Maryam Sanyagalo

When asked how long she has partnered with Opportunity International, Maryam responds with a resounding, “For so long! I have been with them ever since they first came to my town and introduced themselves to me.”

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Beatrice Sarkodie

After seeing the need of children in her community, Beatrice started her own school. Find out about it's life-changing impact through the experience of one of her students...

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Grace Mukamurenzi

Grace is a successful businesswoman who is enabling her family and community to thrive. But this wasn’t always the case. Growing up, Grace didn’t go to school and from a young age she started small businesses in order to make money and survive.

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