To restock Grocery stall

Hadijja Nassali
Loan group 
God is able
Disbursement date 
10/06/2019
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
08/06/2020
Business plan 
Hadijja has a grocery stall in Katosi. She explains that she buys matooke, vegetables, fruits and other food stuffs from the farmers within the village at wholesale price, resells them at retail price and makes profit. The profits yielded from the business have helped her get savings which she uses to meet her family’s day to day needs. The loan will help her boost her business, yield profits hence boosting her savings income which she intends to use to pay her children’s school fees..
Personal situation 
Aisha says she is a born of Mbalala,Mukono district. It is where she grew up from, studied from and dropped out in primary seven because her father was killed during the war and her mother could not afford to pay her school fees. She came to Katosi with her mother who was a business woman. She eventually got married. Her husband gave her some little capital to start up a grocery stall.
$167
Date of birth 
1977
Children 
2

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