She is looking for a loan to restock her stall with vegetables such as tomatoes, egg plants, cabbage, green pepper and other household consumables such as a box of soap, carton of salt, sugar, bomber of cigarette and charcoal. When vegetables and bananas are not sold in a week or so, there is a risk that they can go bad since she has no fridge to keep them. However, it’s good that she has customers and hardly experiences over stayed stock.
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Oliver is a female client born in 1977, resident of Bweya Central Cell. She operates a vegetable and charcoal stall in the same place where she lives.
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This group is made up of members who are working in Kajjansi market especially in the raw food section open area. They use temporary shelters on their stalls like umbrellas to prevent themselves and produces from direct heat from the sun and heavy rain.
This subgroup is called mirembe which means peace in Luganda language. These members came together in a peacefull spirit to work hard and improve on their standard of living through accessing micro business loans from SMUG.