Wava Muno Group Of Mukono
Christine has been operating a salon in Seeta for two years now and she is able to make 50,000 Ugandan shillings (about $27 U.S.) in profit per week. She is a good person with good customer care and her hope is to expand her salon further as well as her family having good health. Christine hopes this loan will boost her salon business enough so that she will be able to make more profit.
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