Selling raw food and different spices.

Sherinah Nabakawa
Loan group 
Tukwatire waamu Kisoga 231
Sector 
Retail (market-focused)
Disbursement date 
08/04/2019
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
06/04/2020
Business plan 
Shellina’s business is selling water. She earns more profit during dry season and starts selling at 6pm up to 09pm in the evening, she earns daily from each water tap depending on the season. If she buys a generator with this loan, she hopes to operate her business daily and thus avoid disappointing her clients thus her minimum earnings will rise more income. She has a plan of opening a water point/ business in another town with such challenges of lack of water. This will help her to earn more income such that her children can attain better education. She is now also selling different types of raw food.
Personal situation 
Rose was born from Banda village in Mukono District, studied up to primary five and dropped out due to death of her father. Her mother had no money for up keep which forced to go work as a house helper and earned some money that helped her to start up her small business roasting gonjja.
$278
Date of birth 
1987
Children 
4

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