Our Story

Buyanja Savings and credit Cooperative Society Ltd (BUSACCO) was established way back in 2002 with a group of women who formed the then Buyanja Women Savings and Credit Cooperative Society Ltd.  Later on, men came on board and it was officially registered as Buyanja Cooperative Savings and Credit Society Ltd on the 3rd Day of December 2002 with registration No. 6614.

VISION

A self sustaining SACCO that meets members’ social – economic needs in South Western Uganda

MISSION

To provide financial and related non financial services to members to alleviate poverty and promote investment.

CORE VALUES

Integrity, Punctuality, Member Care, Team work, Effectiveness, Accountability, Efficiency

Loan Products

  • Business Loan
  • Agricultural Loans
  • Solar Loans
  • School Fees Loan
  • Boda Boda Loans
  • Home Improvement
  • Social Loans

Institution/Group Account Opening Requirements

  • Copy of Certificate of Registration(Certified)
  • Copy of the Constitution or by Laws (Certified)
  •   National I.D Copies, for all Signatories & LC1 Introductory Letters for those without National I.D

Individual Account Opening

  • COPY OF NATIONAL I.D, DRIVING PERMIT, VOTERS I.D, EMPLOYEE I.D
  • INTRODUCTORY LETTER FROM LC1
  • ACCOUNT OPENING FEES. 43,000/=
  • MEMBERSHIP 10,000/=
  • STATIONARY 3,000/=
  • SHARE 20,000/=
  • Initial Deposit 10,000/=
  • TWO CURRENT PASSPORT PHOTOS

———————- Our Testimonials ——————

A 28 year old youth and agribusiness entrepreneur. He is a resident of Kizinga B Cell, Buyanja town council in Rukungiri district.

He joined Buyanja SACCO in March 2018, after being advised by a friend. He says he had long wanted to engage in agribusiness but had no way out. “It was a dream come true. I had all along yearned for this enterprise but had no way out”. Nsubuga noted. He has since established the Nsubuga Farm in the same area.

A 30th Member of Buyanja Sacco. She is a resident of Kabekakye in Buyanja Town Council Rukungiri district. She narrates that when she joined the Sacco, her intention was to get money to build her business.

Ntegyereize is a market vendor, dealing in first hand women clothes. A mother of 7, she says she joined the Sacco in 2002, when she had three kids.

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