Norah is able to make 100,000/= in weekly profit and this helps to pay her children's school fees and general upkeep expenses. She ensures that she makes quality drinks for her consumers and her dream now is to expand her business further by putting in more capital. She also hopes to build a family house and educate her children to university level. Out of her seven children, one is at university, one is in secondary school, three are in primary school, one is in the nursery section while the last-born is still a baby and not yet in school. Norah is requesting a loan to buy sukaali gulu, a kind of sugar used in the waragi brewing business.
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