Munansi Development Group A
The happily married mother of two believes she will always do better financially in her business if she keeps restocking her retail shop with commodities that many people in her Mubende area are partial too.
At present, she principally sells soap, rice, beans and ground nuts. She says that her weekly business sales profits are to the tune of UGX 180,000.
Prior to taking root in this business, Jane was involved in a small agriculture business. She still ekes out profits from this business though she says it is more of a second-fiddle business now.
With this Kiva loan, she says she is going to purchase more retail commodities to resell. She anticipates more sales revenue in the future out of reselling more of what she buys.
In the group photo, a lady client by the name of Annet had her face inadvertently covered by the lead client's raised hand.
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