To restock Grocery stall and charcoal business

Jane Tinah Nakuya
Loan group 
God is able
Disbursement date 
10/06/2019
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
08/06/2020
Business plan 
Jane has a grocery stall at Kudembelyo in Katosi. Jane explains that she buys vegetables, fruits and other food stuffs from the farmers within the village at wholesale price, resells them at retail price and makes profit. She also buys and cooks hoofs of a cow commonly known as Molokonyi.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 start up a piggery project.
Personal situation 
Jane says she is a born of Kyambogo, Masaka district. It is where she grew up from, studied from and dropped out in primary five because her parents passed on. She then came to Katosi to work as a bar maid and that is where she met her husband and she got married. Her husband gave her some little capital to start up a grocery stall. However he passed on leaving her five children to take care of.
$167
Date of birth 
1978
Children 
5

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