Jackline has had a business selling second-hand clothes for eight years. Her main challenge is transporting her goods between various markets, which sometimes becomes too costly. Her main markets of business are Katerera, Kyendangara and Mugyera town markets, and these give her a monthly profit of 250,000 UGX. Jackline is successful because she deals in a variety of clothes, including womenswear, menswear and childrenswear. Her dream is to have a clothes store in Katerera town so that she can cease transporting her stock to markets. She also dreams of seeing all her children attain the best education and get good jobs.
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