Buy a cow and also boost her snacks business.

Mwajuma Nakandi
Loan group 
Bibawo Kasubi 2613
Sector 
Retail (shop-focused)
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
18/11/2019
Business plan 
Mwajuma makes chapattis which she sells from the center in luwombo. She has been selling these chapattis for 20 years but due to her childrens basic needs demand she currently just borrows the 2 packets which she makes and sells per day then after selling is when she pays back and again she takes on credit. She would like to use the loan for stocking baking flour and cooking oil to work without stress and it will also improve on her profits since she will buy at a reduced price. She also wants to buy a bull which will grow faster then she sells it off to buy a female one for production and forming a kraal. This is because cows give much money to cater for a bigger money demanding problem. She hopes to start up a retail shop from her savings.
Personal situation 
Mwajuma is a widow who struggles to take care of her last 3 children. She makes chapattis, keeps animals and grows crops which she sells to provide the basic necessities to her children.
$417
Date of birth 
1964
Children 
10

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