Kyaterekera Group, Lugazi
Jesca has operated a business selling secondhand clothes from Jinja for four years. Although she is able to make 50,000/= as profits a week, she is faced with a scarcity of good products for sale. She needs a loan to help buy more clothes for a steady supply.
Jesca is grateful for her loans because they help her have enough stock yet of good quality. She hopes to become a wholesale supplier of bales of clothes so that she could earn more from increased sales.
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