Jenifer is a 44-year-old married woman living in Masindi, Uganda. She is charged with a responsibility of looking after 20 children. 16 of these children are orphans whom she decided to look after when her brothers and sisters died. After realising that farming alone could not help her sustain the family, she set up a clothing store six years ago. With the income, she has been able to provide the basics for such an extended family. She has a dream of educating the children and setting up a modern boutique. Jenifer intends to use the loan to buy clothes to sell.
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