Topista, aged 47, is the mother of three children. She operates a bar in a rural township of Kyenjojo, Uganda. She has been in business for six years now and says she used to be in the piggery business before starting her own bar. Besides the bar, she deals in selling beans and maize to earn additional income for her family. Her challenges are high license fees and price fluctuations of produce products.She hopes to have a well stocked bar in her area.Topista intends to use the loan to buy beer, sodas, and airtime to sell in her bar.
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