My name is Erina Nabisubi. I am a single mother. I own two plots of land and a house in Nansana- Kabumbi, where I reside with my two children. I owe my financial success to pride Microfinance. I started banking with Pride in 2003.
I used to sell cooked food in make-shift structures, for a dismal Ushs 700 per plate. Thanks to Pride, I now own a full-fledged restaurant, with an outside catering facility at the Physiology canteen at Makerere University medical School located at Mulago Hospital.
In 2003, having failed to access money to expand my business, a friend advised me to join Pride Microfinance. I saved for 6 months, and then obtained my first loan of shs 150,000 to
enhance my business.
I later took another loan of Shs 500,000 to buy a used fridge for my business. Slowly I took incremental loans to add to my business and open up new ventures. I was able to build my
own residence in Nansana and rental units in Nsambya-kirombe. I also embarked on a construction project for a storage block, to be completed in the near future, thanks to funding