Crop farming and transport

Prossy Nabwire
Loan group 
Abakyala Bazira Mpaata 6847
Sector 
Farming (animal rearing)
Disbursement date 
01/10/2018
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
30/09/2019
Business plan 
Prossy sells raw foods like sweet potatoes, bananas, yams, vegetables and cassava that she normally harvests from her garden. She transports them to the village markets on her motorcycle. Prossy says that her challenge at the moment is that of heavy rainfall and diseases which affect her crops leading to lower yields than the anticipated ones. Prossy says that her vegetables need to be wed and sprayed in order to get more yields. Prossy says she uses her motorcycle for transport services but its tyres need to be changed but she does not have money for buying them. Prossy says given a loan she will be in position to get more profits to take care of her child.
Personal situation 
Prossy was born in Ssozi and its where she studied from up to primary seven and she joined a training in saloon. Prossy got married and her husband gave her land to carry out crop farming and she saved some money which she used to buy herself a motorcycle.
$417
Date of birth 
1994
Children 
1

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