A loan of $375 helped to buy food to sell in her restaurant.


Rosset's story

Rosset is a forty-year-old single mother of three children living in Kasese, Uganda. She operates a restaurant, a business she has been running for eight years. She says she started it through the savings obtained from selling secondhand clothes. Though the capital amount that started the restaurant was small, she says it has grown, and she feels happy about it. Her hardships are price fluctuations, inflation and inadequate capital. Her personal goals are educating her children and building a permanent house for her family. She dreams of expanding into new markets so as to have increased sources of income. Rosset used her previous loan to buy customer chairs for her restaurant, and she intends to use this new loan to buy food to sell,



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