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q2:I am Tumwine Willy, 28 years old. I passed through a hard situation after looking for a job for a long tine and i could not find onne, i finished University 6 years ago and in these six years i have been looking for a job. So, a certain woman from America heard my story and was touched she gave me capital to start my business she was faithful and gave me money, and by now i started an internet cafe and i am now earning money.
Q40:Lasting change
Q3:Economic Oppurtunity
Q4:Individual
Q7:Kampala
Q6:UGANDA
Q9:2-6 months ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Economic opportunity
Q38:Specific problem
Q23:50
Q15:Yes
Q17:<<2012-12-21-UGANDA-S#2506-P#01>>_
Q10:Male
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Family and Friends,Respect,Fun
Q18:Happy
Q8:Kawuku
Q122:22-30
Q133:None
Q132:None
Q134:Individual

q2:Miriam is a single mother and leaves at Mukuru kwa Njenga slums, she goes door to door in estates to buy old newspapers and sell them to a grocery shop keepers, she discovered that the shop keepers makes toilet paper with the old newspapers.She asked for a job in the grocery shop and was given her aim was to turn the old papers to toilet papers she was taken to the old industry where she learned the technics. She later joined the women group and through it she applied for a loan at the Kenya Women's Trust Fund she was able to start her own industry- making toilet papers. Now she has grown into a big business woman and has employed people. She has really contributed to the economy of the company
Q40:Mixed
Q3:Building the Economy
Q4:Kenya Women Trust Fund
Q7:Nairobi
Q6:Kenya
Q9:2-6 months ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Economic opportunity
Q38:Broad need
Q15:Yes
Q17:_
Q10:Female
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Family and Friends,Respect,Fun
Q18:Inspired
Q8:Mukuru
Q122:46-60
Q133:None
Q132:None
Q134:UNITED NATIONS