Sarah is a twenty-six-year-old woman, living in her family's permanent house in Kyenjojo, Uganda. Her desire is to have a big family business. She has a retail shop which is very feasible although with a challenge of limited capital due to the ever increasing demand. Nevertheless, Sarah has been able to reap profits and wants to be a wholesale trader.
She intends to invest the loan in purchasing sugar, soap, salt, and cooking oil to sell at her shop.
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