€90.00

Buy 2 pigs and trade in coffee silver fish.

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Nowerina would like to buy 2 pigs for production, male and female. She will be selling off the piglets since they have ready market. She will keep local ones which are easy to keep and also resistant to diseases.

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€90.00

Stock bananas to improve on her stall.

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Scovia says that she deals in selling raw foods like cassava, bananas and sweet potatoes but she mostly wants to buy bananas which she says are more profitable and are easy to find.

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€300.00

Snacks selling

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Immaculate makes snacks like samosas, chapattis, cassava crisps, etc for a living.

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€420.00

Poultry and piggery

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Sylvia has over 150 local chicken birds that she raises at her humble home in Kisoga. She buys the birds from Mukono town from Biyinzika poultry breeders and transports them to her home in a taxi.

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€420.00

Retail shop next to Kisoga market

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Ruth runs a retail shop on rented premises, She buys her stock from whole seller distributors which have made her work even easy, She sells items such as sugar, cooking oil, washing powder, sodas and packed drinking water among other items.

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€540.00

Tailoring

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Christine does her tailoring in Kisoga near the Basokakwavula market where she rents since it has a lot of exposure.

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€300.00

Clothes selling (under wear)

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Florence sells new clothes, mainly under wears that she buys from Kampala in kikuubo and then transports them to her home in a taxi.

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€150.00

Grocery stall

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Jane has a grocery stall on the main road heading to bugoye which helps her get plenty of customers though her capital is a little less and thus she gets few profits that’s why she wants to take out a loan and be able to buy more items and in bulk

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€150.00

Retail shop

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Rebecca has a retail shop in her ntenjeru town next to her home, she buys most of her shop items from Ntengeru mukono and then transports them to her shop by use of a taxi, though at times she buys some of the items from the mobile truck sellers.

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€150.00

Bar

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Betty has a bar in ntenjeru trading centre where she sells different types of beers, sodas and other booze.

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