She says that the secret to her success is the good customer care, marketing skills and loans that add capital every 4 months, enabling her to care for her children and pay their school fees.
Annet is able to make 300,000/= (300,000 Ugandan shillings) in profits every week and she would like this to increase even more. She needs a loan to help restock her retail spare shop with more equipment and to buy more feed for her chicks.
Annet is a married lady. She has 7 children, ages 13 - 22 years, including orphans that she cares for. All of her children are in school and she helps to pay for all of their school fees.
This is a Group Loan
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