To boost her grocery and bar business

Prossy Kankunda
Loan group 
Kalagala women's group Naluwala 4506
Sector 
Hospitality (service)
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
12/03/2018
Business plan 
Prossy has a small room at her home that she turned into a bar to carter for her customer’s needs and also started a small grocery stall where she sells essential items like sugar, salt, cooking oil etc Prossy says that at the moment her stock has dwindled and yet she has got many customers, that is why she has decided to take out another loan and be able to stock her beers in bulk , boost her grocery stall and thus make more profits that she will use to educate her children.
Personal situation 
Prossy was born in Nakibanga and its where she studied from up to her primary seven though was not able to continue further because her parents had passed on at the time and yet her relatives had other children to look after. She later got married and her husband gave her money to start her business.
$390.00
Date of birth 
1986
Children 
5

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