She is up for a loan to restock her retail shop with items such as stationery especially primary exercise books, manilas, pencils. Other items include a 50kg
bag of sugar, 20L Jerrican of cooking oil, bag of rice and detergents. She is a teacher by profession and spends most of the time at the school but she employees a shop attendant to run the shop which is an alternative source of income. The shop attendant is a family member and she has not yet started paying her since she is still on a probation. The business has been in operation for one year and demand for goods is readily available. The shop is for locally desired household consumable items. The officer did not notice any major risk for the business but observed that stock items were scanty in the shelves with many customer walk-ins. The shop is located in a residential area with only one more shop in a radius of 100m.Tracy also owns a school called New Generation junior school with approximately 100 pupils located right opposite the shop.
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Lubega Tracy Teddy
Tracy is a female client born in 1993, resident of Lweza “B” Cell and professional primary head teacher of New Generation junior school. She is very active and serves as the group chairperson.
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The name is in Luganda language and in English it means love. The members love to help one another to improve their financial health. The group is located East of Kajjansi town on the left-hand side of Entebbe road from the city center in Lweza “B” Cell (village). They are in particular situated at the peripheral of the village overlooking a newly developed housing estate of Lubowa.
Group members took on this name because all members in the group are women who appreciate themselves so well and came together to fight poverty and reduce on the gender gap in their community.