Topista is a forty-seven-year-old widow with twelve children who rents a house in Kasese, Uganda. Ever since her husband died she has been solely taking care of the children amidst a number of challenges, and her dream is to educate them up to the university level.
She has had a bar for fifteen years, and it is profitable. Her hardship is the lack of enough capital to supply her increasing customer base, and her vision is having a lodge and modernizing the bar, plus educating children.
Topista needs the loan to buy beer for her bar.
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