Zikusooka Women's Group, Lugazi
Zalia is a married mother of five kids who all go to school. She is a seamstress by profession and she operates in Nkonkonjeru trading center, Lugazi.
Zalia has been plying her trade for the last fifteen years and says her main strong point in her business operations has been her high quality service delivery which she has offered her clientele. This however has not always come easy as she has had to come to terms with the fact that her competitors are also increasing in number.
Zalia needs this loan to be able to transform her small tailor shop into a fully equipped wholesale shop where she can sew and sell her clothes. She also sells clothing materials.
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