Winnie Ndibarekera Namuwonge
Bukedde Kisoga Central 573
Winnie sells shoes for a living; she deals in second hand commodities of relatively low prices which can be easily absorbed by the rural community of considerably low income. winnie positions herself in daily village markets to make the sales, and according to her the business is good though it has some challenges like competition since the number of people dealing in this kind of business is a bit high so in order to keep up with the ever increasing competition in the business, Winnie seasonally trades in exercise books especially when the school children are returning to school and this occurs in the months of February, May and September so that she makes substantial profit off the alternative business. Annet wants to take out another loan such that she can further expand her business so that she can grow and provide for her family’s needs such as food and school fees for her siblings.
Winnie says that the parents did not have money to pay for her tuition so when she dropped out of school she went to Kampala and worked as a house maid for some time then she later returned home and she met her husband who gave her money to start her business.