Loans for funding


Nattembo Melida
She is up for a loan to purchase more food stock items such as pumpkins, sweet potatoes, yams and cassava. The food stall is situated in an open area in the market and she uses an umbrella as a temporary shelter. She suffers from rain water and heat but does not affect her sales. She has been operating the business for nineteen years which indicates a sign of business stability.
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02/12/2019
UGX 500,000
1 / 24 Weekly
56.98 %
11.81 % Still funding

Nambalirwa Mariam
Mariam is a resident of Kajjansi cell ‘A’. She is up for a loan to purchase 300 broiler chicks, chicken feeds and vaccines. Her business has a risk of chicks dying if not managed well but she has been in this business for thirty nine years, indicating that she has many years of experience in managing the business.
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02/12/2019
UGX 1,200,000
1 / 24 Weekly
31.84 %
11.93 % Still funding

Biikara Eunice
Eunice is a resident of Kajjansi town council. She runs a food stall within Kajjansi market and she has been in this type of business for eight years. She needs a loan to restock her business like to purchase a bag of onions, a bag of Irish potatoes. This items that keep this business running have a risk of rotting if not sold within a stipulated period of time. She also wants to start a business of selling clothes for children and adolescents as a side business.
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02/12/2019
UGX 1,200,000
1 / 24 Weekly
74.93 %
6.84 % Still funding

Nalugo Angela
  She is up for a loan to purchase three metal flasks, a dozen of saucepans, three dozen of plates and food. She has been in this type of business for four years. Her business has a risk of food going bad if not consumed within the day but she has clients who keep eating her food.
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02/12/2019
UGX 1,200,000
1 / 24 Weekly
5.01 %
8.00 % Still funding

Namutebi Catherine
Catherine is a resident of Kajjansi town. She has been in this kind of business for thirty-two years. She is up for a loan to purchase a box of tomatoes, a bag of onions, vegetables, fruits, charcoal stove and raw food. She is confident that she can service the loan since she has enough experience on her business.
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02/12/2019
UGX 900,000
1 / 24 Weekly
25.00 %
13.00 % Still funding

Namakula Margrate
She needs a loan to purchase and extract more stock of clay as well as increasing on the stock of fresh fish. She has been in this business for five years. She makes the clay cooking stoves herself. The clay products can easily get spoiled by developing cracks and break if not handled properly or become shapeless if it rains on them.
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02/12/2019
UGX 1,000,000
1 / 24 Weekly
54.96 %
4.00 % Still funding

Lutatinisibwa Idirisa
Idirisa needs a loan to purchase six boxes of soap, one hundred kilograms of sugar (2 bags), two jerricans (40 litres) of cooking oil, one hundred kilograms of posho, one hundred kilograms of beans, twelve crates of soda and ladies oils. He has been in this business for four years. His business has a major risk of products expiry dates.
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02/12/2019
UGX 1,200,000
1 / 24 Weekly
25.00 %
13.00 % Still funding

Namuyiga Rehemah Gilly
Rehema is a resident of kajjansi ‘B’.  She needs a loan to purchase 20 Nile patch ty of fish, 30 Tilapia type of fish, 1 bag of silver fish and she has been in this business for four years. She also needs to purchase bananas for making juice for her other business and to restock her retail shop with items such as plastics, carton of salt, 2 cartons of sanitary pads, 4 boxes of soap, 2 jericans of cooking oil, 1 bag of sugar (50 KG), 4 trays of eggs and other items. The fish business has major risks of rotting if not sold quickly and juice can go bad if not sold faster. Her retail shop has a risk of items expiring on dates if not sold before.
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02/12/2019
UGX 1,000,000
1 / 24 Weekly
25.00 %
13.00 % Still funding

Nakazibwe Nuluyati
She needs a loan to purchase a box of tomatoes, a bag of onions, Ten bunches of ripe bananas, fruits and greens. She has operated in this business for nineteen years that made her to keep expanding and now she has four vegetable stalls of the same kind of business. The stall is in good market shelter that keeps the vegetables fresh. Her business also requires quick sales since vegetables are prone to high risks of perishability.
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02/12/2019
UGX 1,200,000
1 / 24 Weekly
12.50 %
12.00 % Still funding

Ndagire Jolly
She needs a loan to purchase 8 bags of charcoal. She breaks the bag into smaller units to be able to maximize sales quickly. She has been in this business for nine years. The business has no major risks apart from rain water which makes the charcoal wet once in a while since the stall is in an open space but does not compromise with its quality nor rejection from customers. With this group loan, she will be able to increase on the stock retention and the demand is readily available on a daily basis from local restaurants and walk-in customers in Kajjansi market
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02/12/2019
UGX 600,000
1 / 24 Weekly
20.00 %
13.00 % Still funding