Head Office      46 Windsor Crescent Kololo      msc@msc.co.ug      Toll Free 0800 201010 / 120024



The Zonal Office is located in the centre of Ankole which is well known for cattle keeping. This has led to high consumption of agricultural loans by Dairy Cooperatives and Small & Medium Enterprises engaged in production of dairy products. In the FY 2014/15 Mbarara Zonal Office was identified as the best performing Office in Portfolio Quality Management during the financial 2014/ 2015 and was awarded a trophy. This has enabled the office to be self sustaining in its operations.








ESTABLISHED
2001

DISTRICTS SERVED
Buhweju, Bushenyi, Ibanda, Isingiro, Kiruhura, Mbarara, Mitooma, Ntungamo, Rubirizi & sheema

CONTACTS
47 Akiiki Nyabongo Road, Box 1350 Mbarara, 039 2770106

REFERENCE SACCOs
MSC services are delivered through twelve Zonal offices across the country. Each Zonal office covers a cluster of districts. In order to improve access to information, MSC entered into an understanding with 61 SACCOs) across the country to be reference points for MSC services and related information. The SACCOs also receive feedback to related to services and products and relay it to MSC. They also provide technical assistance and share good practice to support weak SACCOs.

NYAKAYOJO
Chairperson, 077 4142930

BUNYARUGURU
Chairperson, 070 3903122, 078 3559451

MUHAME F/S
Chairperson, 077 2571306

RUSHERE
Chairperson, 070 3317389

ISSIA
Chairperson, 077 2454297, 070 1454297

MITOOMA PEOPLES
Chairperson, 078 9400495

KIYOORA
Chairperson, 077 4333608, 070 5676236

KYAMUHUNGA PEOPLES
Chairperson, 077 447994










UPPORTING INSTITUTIONAL GROWTH
The Microfinance Support Centre Donates a Safe to Nyakashashara Kanyonzi Cooperatives Savings and Society Limited.

Nyakashashara Kanyonzi Cooperative Savings and Credit Society Limited is a young Co-operative Society that was registered in May 2015 with a provisional registration certificate. The SACCO is located in Rushere trading Centre, Kiruhura District, with a mission of supporting the rural community to overcome poverty by pooling resources together for the purpose of saving and borrowing to invest in income generation activities. During this period, the interim Board and management has been able to mobilize over 180 members from the greater Kiruhura District and collected over 140 million in share capital. Although the SACCO has registered tremendous growth in share capital, the savings are few. This is attributed to lack of a Safe to safeguard member savings. Without a secure way to keep members savings, the SACCO has not been able to mobilize savings from its members.