€120.00

She deals in piggery and clothes

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Hasifah runs a piggery and clothe business in Nakawali, she says that both business convenient because in morning she manages to work in the pigs and do house work then later in the Afternoons she take her clothes to different markets in Nakawa

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€150.00

She has a grocery stall and piggery

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Scovia runs a grocery stall in the trading centre and piggery business at her home.

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€90.00

She has piggery and food vending.

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Justine runs a chicken and piggery business at her home. Shells the chicken to different traders in Nakawali and Ssi who take the chicken to Lugazi, She fries eatables like sambusa and takes to schools and also sells in the evening.

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€180.00

Chicken and Piggery business

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Harriet runs her chicken and piggery business at home. She says it’s convenient and helps do house work while keeping them. She sells off the eggs got from the birds and after 16 months she sells the off layers off.

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€60.00

She is a tailor and sell Clothes

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Elizabeth runs a tailoring machine at her home and sells clothes in the diffenet markets of Kimbugu, Ssi and Ssenyi . She makes good sells and these yield profit which helps her provide food and education for her children.

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€180.00

Retail Shop in Ssi

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Agnes runs a retail in the trading centre She sells items such as sugar, cooking oil, washing powder, sodas and packed juices among other items.

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€180.00

Crud beer and tailoring

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Josephine runs a crud beer and tailoring business at her business in Lumbugu in Ssi sub county , she works at home, She prepares the beer at home and supplies to other retail sellers, She buys millet socks and covers it for 7 days, she later frie

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€180.00

She runs a restrant business right in the centre

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Harriet runs a restrant business just in the trading centre opposite the motorcyclist stage .

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€180.00

Selling fuel at her home

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Phiona runs a fuel business at home .She says it’s convenient and helps her watch her children while she works.

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€180.00

Retail shop

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Winfred runs a retail shop at her home. She says it’s convenient and helps her do her house work. She sells items such as sugar, cooking oil, washing powder, sodas and packed juices among other items.

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2701 Borrowers
191 Microbankers
Total portfolio € 288,068
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