Betty plans to use the loan to stock more groceries

Betty Nabagesera
Loan group 
Ezinaabala Naluwala 610
Sector 
Trade (farming)
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
05/11/2018
Business plan 
Betty says she normally buys her food items from the nearby villages of Ntanzi and Kipayo and for the charcoal; she buys from the mobile truck sellers since she buys only 2 to 3 sacks. Betty says she wants to take out another loan such that she can buy charcoal directly from the charcoal banners in bulk, she says this will boost her profits and she will be able to save money to enable to buy more pigs and expand her pig project and also pay school fees for children on time without defaulting and provide for them other necessities.
Personal situation 
Betty says that both her parents passed away when she was in her senior three due to a fire that gutted there house, she continues to explain that she and her other 2 siblings were lucky not to die in the fire because they had gone to school. She says that after that tragic incident, the relatives married her off and it’s her husband who gave her money of recent to start her own business.
$500
Date of birth 
1980
Marital status 
Married
Children 
4

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