Cooked and raw food selling

Jaliat Nakanjako
Loan group 
Mulanda Mpaata 6886
Sector 
Hospitality (service)
Disbursement date 
10/09/2018
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
09/09/2019
Business plan 
Jaliat sells cooked maize and bananas in markets. Jaliat says the business would be very profitable as she normally gets them from her garden though her only challenge is that of food shortage in her garden. Jalia says her crops are not yet her loyal customers keep on demanding that is why she decided to acquire loan from SYPO in order to lease banana and maize garden in order to keep her business running and make more profits that she will use to educate her last born and grandchildren.
Personal situation 
Jaliat was born in Mpatta and she didn’t attaend any formal education and she got married at a very tender age though her marriage was not successful. Jaliat started doing casual work for survival and she later established her own home using her savings. Jaliat stated selling raw food and cooked food in markets.
$167
Date of birth 
1973
Marital status 
Single
Children 
4

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