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LOAN PROGRAM RESULTS: 2012

FACT BOOKS:

Using JMP statistical software, generously supplied by SAS, Inc, WMI has analyzed data collected from Borrowers during a recent 12-month period in order to prepare the following reports that provide insight into how the loan program is helping borrowers lift their families out of poverty. Information has been prepared for each of the ten WMI loan hubs in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. The Fact Book for Buyobo, Uganda contains the greatest number of data points as that loan hub has been in operation longer than any of the other loan hubs and has the greatest number of Borrowers.

Buyobo
(Sironko District)
Uganda
Buyobo
Atiak
(Amuru District)
Uganda
Atiak
Bududa
(Bududa District)
Uganda
Bududa
Gulu
(Gulu District)
Uganda
Gulu
Jinja
(Jinja District)
Uganda
Jinja
Konokoyi
(Bbududa District)
Uganda
Kebale
(Kebale District)
Uganda
Kebale
Ntumburi
(Eastern Province)
Kenya
Ntumburi
Shikokho
(Western Province)
Kenya
Shikoko
Alailelai
(Ngorongoro Conservation Area)
Tanzania
Alailelai
WMI 2012 Combined Loan Hub Program Data WMI 2012 Combined Loan Hub Program Data - WMI provides a comprehensive village-level microfinance program for rural women in East Africa through ten loan hubs operating in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. The loan hubs were launched at various times from 2008 - 2012 and consequently have varying numbers of Borrowers.