Naddima Nnalongo & Teo Mukasa Abateesa Group
Teo's business, which she has pursued for the past year, is making uniform sweaters for children of two schools. She is a teacher by profession and usually makes the uniforms during her free time and during the holidays. She was able to get a water supply from National Water that she sells to her community, and this has increased her income also.
The loans help her so much with her beneficiaries' school fees. Teo M. says that without the loans she would not have been able to sustain her family on her small teacher's salary. With her share of this loan, she plans to buy more material for making sweaters and to complete paying school fees for her beneficiaries.
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