Charcoal selling

Evelyn Nanyondo
Loan group 
Tusuubira Nakisunga 472
Disbursement date 
12/08/2019
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
10/08/2020
Business plan 
Evelyn has a charcoal selling business and she says that currently she sells two to three sacks of charcoal at retail basis per day but after adding the loan, she hopes to get people buying in bulk which will increase her earnings. Charcoal being the most affordable and accessible source of fuel, the market is big and believes that after adding stock to her business, she expects to get more profits and enable her pay her children’s school fees as well as improving her family’s well being.
Personal situation 
Evelyn narrates that she grew up with both her parents and studied up to senior six and she left home after her parents passing on therefore she started to work as a house maid for 3 years, and later got married. Currently she sells charcoal and she needs a loan to boost her business so as to get more profits to enable her cater for her children and also build in her plot of land.h
$139
Date of birth 
1989
Children 
3

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