Clothes and shoes selling

Sarah Nakalanzi
Loan group 
Twesimbe Namaiba 282
Sector 
Retail (shop-focused)
Disbursement date 
08/01/2018
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
07/01/2019
Business plan 
Rose has a clothes selling business and she sells children and youth clothes. She buys them from Owino market in Kampala city and sells them door to door with in Namaiba and nearby villages. She expects the loan to enable her buy fashionable clothes so as to attract more clients as well as maintaining the existing ones and also she will be able to buy her goods in bulk and she will save transportation costs.
Personal situation 
Sarah explains that she dropped out of school in senior two due to lack of money to pay her school fees. At her parents’ home, they were very poor and due to temptations she got pregnant and later got married. Currently she is a farmer and sells part of her produces to earn a living. However, after getting the loan, she will plant maize on a large scale which she believes may give her capital to start another business most probably clothes selling.
$556
Date of birth 
1995
Marital status 
Married
Children 
1

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