Nina N. is the leader of the Kisakye group in Rubaga. She has a pork joint that also acts as a bar in the social centre of Mengo. She has sold beer, soda, wine, water, and other drinks for a year now but the pork for a long time.
She is a 28 year old mother of three children, aged between 10 and 4 years old. They are all attending school. She also cares for three sisters, including paying their school fees.
Nina says that her level of cleanliness and good customer care have kept her business moving and enabled her to make more profits. She needs a loan to help buy more stock of drinks for her bar and more pork for sale. She hopes to buy a plot of land for her children and educate them further.
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