Kitoola Group, Lugazi
Ritah is married with three children aged 8 to 2 years and she also takes care of her parents. She would like to build a residential house for her children so that they can enjoy more comfort.
Ritah needs a loan to help buy more baking flour, sugar, yeast, and other items for her business. In future, she would also like to have a boutique which will bring in more income.
This is a Group Loan
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