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Majjo Nabukwata

City: Nansana, WakisoDistrict Country: Uganda Loan Use: Capital for expansion
Loan Term: 36 Date Posted:  First Repayment: May 02, 2019
Opportunity International Client Majjo Nabukwata

Majjo Nabukwata lives in Nansana, Uganda with her husband, Mabike Alon, and their four children. For the past two years, Majjo has owned and operated a convenience shop, selling snacks and everyday goods to customers in her community. Each morning, she wakes up early to set up her shop and prepare for the day. Despite her hard work, it hasn’t been easy for Majjo; in fact, there was a time she could not afford to send her children to school. Everything began to change for Majjo when a friend introduced her to Opportunity International. After joining, Majjo received financial training and a loan to invest in her business. With the loan, she purchased inventory in bulk. This provided her with more products to sell and a greater variety of products for sale, ultimately attracting new customers to her store and increasing her sales. With her increasing income, Majjo can pay off her children’s school fees and some of their medical expenses. Majjo dreams of one day expanding her business to a wholesale shop to increase her profit margin even more. Thanks to her loan, Majjo can plan a brighter future for herself and her family.

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