Rwashamaire Twetungye Group
Mary is involved in the sale of clothes and she also has a tailoring school with sewing machines for learners. She hires trainers in her school and as the students pay the fees, she makes about 250,000 shillings as profits including clothing sales. Mary has been in this kind of business for four years, having raised capital from agriculture.
She is flexible, committed and a performer in life. Her dream is to purchase a plot of land and build a house while the children are in school. As a result of taking loans to reinvest in business, Mary’s income has increased.
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