Edreda is a 23-year-old single mother of two children living in Kasese, Uganda. Ten years ago she decided to start a drug shop after realising the need for the community to have medical services nearer, and has since reaped tangible benefits. She also practices farming and transport businesses in order to raise more income. The good mother that she is, Edreda desires to educate her children to attain degrees as minimum qualification despite challenges of high licenses and cost of rent, while her business plan is to own a hospital. Edreda intends to use the loan facility to buy drugs to sell.
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