Musa, Bashir and Shamimu
Ochorokodi Partick (disabled sister) Patrick started working with his sister Toppy from Bakery 121. After three weeks Patrick got himself a personal loan for his own family. He is starting off on the 3rd of April.
Okama Toppy (husband and sister are disabled, she takes care of a disabled child. So the compound where the bakery is located has three disabled people) Toppy explained to BISS that she has been trying to do some bakery business, but lack of knowledge and equipment made it difficult to make profits. After the training,
Isapu Lucy (mother of disabled child) Otaba Andrew (work partner) Lucy and Andrew are neighbors in their village. Lucy has a disabled child and got qualified to attend a BISS training. She chose to work with Andrew. They started off working well.
Onyango Patrick (Son of Chairman for PWD, who takes care of a mentally disabled grandchild) Patrick first started of as one group with Lydia, from Bakery 119. After working together for about two week, he got his individual loan. Patrick is a youth who hopes to develop himself a sustainable job with the BISS project,
Robinah (sister to mentally disabled girl) A young lady who bakes from a trading center nearby her home. She employed a boy to sell for her products out in the neighboring villages.
Lydia came to the College when she was sickly. We could not get a good impression of her. Once she started her bakery, she surprised us all. She got market around her area, supplying schools and shops. She employed a sister and a boy to sell and assist in baking. Lydia bakes up to 24KG
A Muslim family (Jalia, Haruna and Fatiya)
A bakery with number 100 that is a Milestone for BISS Bakeries. Number 100!
Two deaf young man working with one of their uncle’s together in one bakery. They are based in Buyaga, Sironko district. On the 29th of June their received their loan and started their bakery. A great change for the two deaf young men to create work and income for themselves.