Susan plans to invest the loan in her farming business

Susan Nakibuule
Loan group 
Kamu Kamu Kisoga Central 766
Sector 
Farming (crop)
Disbursement date 
08/01/2018
Repayment frequency 
Weekly
Expected end date 
07/01/2019
Business plan 
Susan has over 1 acre of land that she planted on Robusta coffee, she says the coffee is profitable though takes long to mature and yet she needs something that can mature faster such that she can be able to keep her children in school constantly without interference due to lack of school fees. Suzan has decided to take out a loan such that she can plant cabbages on a large scale saying they mature faster and she will be able to get enough profits to educate her children.
Personal situation 
Susan says that she was in her primary six when her mother passed away and this was tragic to the whole family especially their father who never got used to the idea of his wife’s passing on because he got very sick with cerebral malaria and got mad afterwards. When got mad, he failed to recover and so he could not even work so as to support his children instead the children had to drop out of school to look after their father who had become a nuisance in the entire community and later when Susan got married and started digging for commercial purposes to be able to help out with the father’s permanent condition.
$222
Date of birth 
1979
Children 
5

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