Tukole Science Kisoga Central 186
Lillian owns a modest drug shop in Kisoga from which she earns a living. She sells drugs such as pain killers, anti malarials, anti-acids, diabetes drugs as well as high blood pressure drugs. Since there are very many prevalent illnesses, she aims to stock her drug shop in such a way that her patients are able to get all the necessary treatment on time. For example, she mentions that diabetes treatment is peculiar in nature and this requires stocking varying doses to give the patients relief before they get better treatment. She is a licensed drug shop operator, buys her medicine from pharmacies in Kampala and sells them at a small profit. The proceeds from her business help her educate her children and provide the basic needs at home such as food and clothing from year to year.
Lillian says she was blessed because her parents were not rich but they knew the value of education and therefore they tried hard to pay her school fees and even when her father passed away when she was still in her secondary school, her mother struggled very hard to see that she stays in school and she managed to study up to tertiary institution where she graduated and later got a job in Nkokonjeru hospital where she later left after making a few money off her salary savings and she started her own clinic.