Runyerere Bakyara Tukwatanise Group, Kihihi
She has a business selling old clothing from Runyerere trading centre from which she is able to make 17,500 Ugandan Shillings as profit every week. She says that her biggest expense is her children’s school fees. She hopes to expand her business further by having a bigger stock of clothing so that she could save more. She knows how to handle her customers well and she needs a loan to be able to buy more used clothing for resale so that her business expands.
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