St Yowanina Group
She has been operating a retail shop for 16 years. She started her shop with capital of 100,000 UGX, and now she has 1,000,000 UGX as her working capital.
Her hardship is debtors who take too long to pay. Her vision is to run a wholesale business and to educate her children.
Neverless needs the money to buy sugar, rice and soap for resale.
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