Piggery

Jane Namala
Loan group 
Abigayili Namaiba 358
Sector 
Farming (animal rearing)
Disbursement date 
03/09/2018
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
02/09/2019
Business plan 
Jane deals in crop farming and piggery and has a pigsty which keeps a few pigs(About 5),this has been her business for quite a long time.When the pigs are ready for sell,she invites people who operate pork joints to buy them.She says the market for her pigs is ready and the demand also drows higher everyday and yet she only rears a limited number of pigs,she says she would like to expand her pigsty and rear more pigs but she has limited capital,she hence needs a loan to help her meet this important need.
Personal situation 
Jane Namala, a mother of five is a hardworking and ambitious farmer. She narrates that she never went far with her education because when she reached senior three, both her mother and father died, so she had an untie who employed her to work in a cloths shop with a small pay, which collapsed and later worked in a flower plantation and quitted it to start farming vegetables like tomatoes, egg plants, cabbages and other green vegetables to date and when she gets the loan, she intends to buy piglets plus building a piggery house for them.
$278
Date of birth 
1973
Children 
5

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