Selling Fish shop and rearing animals.

Milly Batwawula
Loan group 
Tumwebaze Kisoga 266
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
04/05/2020
Business plan 
Milly Night as she is commonly known by the market women has operated a fish selling business for 8 years. She was in the clothing business and that’s what she got the first loan for. Mid way she experienced stiff competition which forced her to think of an alternative business. Milly sells deep fried fish to her customer’s majority are market women, residents and travelers. Her challenge is the operational costs are high such that each day her brother goes to buy the fish they part with money to pay for the permit. Regardless of the above, she is able to meet all her operational costs and still have a small margin of profit to sustain the business and family everyday due to the available custom. To take care of her aged father and complete her house immediately are the driving forces for her to get this third loan.
Personal situation 
Milly was raised by her father, when she grew up she went with her mother. She is married with two children and the only business she has run in her life is a bar. Her sister introduced her into this business and from experience the business is profitable.
$139
Date of birth 
1986
Children 
2

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