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Eunice Wakooli

City: Kalisizo town, Kyotera Country: Uganda Loan Use: To purchase more items for the shop
Loan Term: 24 Date Posted:  First Repayment: March 14, 2019
Opportunity International Client Eunice  Wakooli

Eunice Wakooli lives in Kalisizo, Uganda. She is a widow raising four children of her own and takes care of two orphan children. To make a living and to support her family, Eunice owns a retail shop in the Kalisizo trading center, selling mostly cosmetics. Eunice struggled in this business because her inventory was low, and sometimes she wasn’t able to generate enough income to feel financially stable. Eunice heard about Opportunity from her friends—they told her how great Opportunity was, and how wonderfully they treat their clients. With a loan from Opportunity, Eunice was able to invest in her business by purchasing more inventory for her store. Because she was generating more profit, Eunice was able to pay her rent, provide for her family’s daily needs, and pay her children’s school fees. With this loan, Eunice hopes to expand her business and purchase a plot of land on which to build rental houses.

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