She has mainly sold her produce to traders from Kampala for 11 years now and she is able to make profits of approximately 150,000 UGX a month, which helps her to pay for her children’s education. She hopes to work hard so that she can own a large amount of stock that she can sell to large markets in Kampala directly. At the moment, Jeniva needs a loan to help buy agricultural produce for resale since part of the profits derived from her business help to pay off laborers. She is indeed a friendly and kind lady and this has won her customers in such a competitive business.
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