110 acres of land in Manyangwa, Gayaza ( Bethel I Village)Housing 69 homes- all plots sold out to members, developments on going
2Bukerere NamugongoSold out
316 acres of land in Namayina Gayaza (Bethel II Village extension)Sold out
44.3 acres of land in Wakiso 2 km from the districtSold out
5Seeta NamilyangoSold out
6Busukuma- Gayaza RoadSold out
7BukerereSold out
8Nabutiti - Busukuma -
2.5km off the tarmac
Housing 84 Homes
plots still available



No.AccountA/C opening requirements
1Adults/ Non- students’ accountMembership/registration fee =20,000/=
Buy 10 shares @50,000 =500,000/=
Minimum monthly savings =50,000/=
3 Passport photos
Photocopy of ID
2Students AccountMembership fee = 20,000/=
Buy 4 shares @50,000 = 200,000/=
Minimum monthly savings
3 passport photos Photocopy of ID
5Investment club accountMembership fee =20,000/=
Buy 10 shares @50,000 = 500,000/=
Monthly minimum savings =50,000/=
Other requirements:
Members’ resolution to borrow
2 passport photos for investment club account signatures.
Photocopy of ID’s for signatories
6Group /cell/ family accountMembership fee =20,000/=
Buy 10 shares @50,000 =500,000/=
Monthly minimum savings =50,000/=
Other requirements
Group/ cell/ family minute to open a FIC account.
2 passport photos for signatories
Photocopy of ID’s for signatories

4Joint AccountMembership fee =20,000/=
Buy 10 shares @50,000 =500,000/=
Monthly minimum savings =50,000/=
2 passport photos
Photocopy of ID
3Young savers AccountMembership fee =20,000/=
Buy 2 shares @50,000 =100,000/=
Monthly minimum savings =10,000/=
2 passport photos
Photocopy of ID and Birth certificate
7Save for your family health accountFor members’ collective savings to access medical services at subsidized rates.




1Business loanFinancing business working capital
2Salary loanWhen salary is the major source of income
3Asset acquisition loanWhen buying /acquiring an asset such as vehicles, machinery etc
4Agricultural LoanFor financing Agricultural projects, Has a grace period of 6 months, paid in a with in a maximum of 24 months.
5School fees loanFor payment of school fees for FIC member and/or their dependents. Can be accessed even when a member has a running loan.
6Yingiranyumbayo loanExclusively for FIC members to complete their housing projects for their accommodation or rental business. This is given on understanding that the disbursed loan amount will complete/finish the house to make it habitable.
7Emergency loanThis given in a day or maximum 2 days to meet/solve an emergency. It is paid back in 3 months installments or once as a lump sum. Its interest is double the prevailing lending rate at a time of borrowing.
8Weekend Loan To help FIC members to meet their short term urgent needs.
9Contract and Trade Financing To mainly facilitate FIC members who get contract for supplies and service delivery.
10Home Development To help FIC member get easy access to house hold items.
11Housing LoanFor FIC members who wish to build and develop their plots in FIC villages.