Restock her retail shop

Sania Nakabugo
Loan group 
Akajja Obunaku Naluwala 497
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
21/09/2020
Business plan 
Sania says she buys her items from Kisoga town and transports them to Naluwala where her shop is in a taxi since she buys a few items. For bricklaying, Sanai says she does all the work like fetching the water from the pond to mixing the mud and after all that, she hires someone to help her make the bricks and burn them. Grace wants to take out a loan such that she can re-stock her shop and also add on the quantity of bricks that she makes since there demand is a bit high and she says that she will have more profits that she will use to educate her children.
Personal situation 
Sania said that when both her parents passed away she dropped out of school and she left with her elder sister to the landing site in Koome and there, she worked in a restaurant and there after she joined the fish selling business where she got money to start her own small retail shop.
$278
Date of birth 
1960
Children 
3

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