Entrepreneur? Stock broker? Accountant? Attorney? Judge? Tell us about your dream job. Is anything standing in the way? Or, if you already have your dream job, tell us about your journey to get it.
My dream is to be self-employed.
My name is Byake Mugombozi Samantha, Educate! Graduate Scholar of Najjanankumbi Young Christian School – Kampala 2015. I have a Boutique and I sell dress materials, boding (gomesi) material, Kitenges (African wear). I get my materials from Dubai, Congo, Nigeria and other countries. At present I am taking care of my young brother, and my two sisters who are in A’ Level. I sell my materials at wholesale prices and this policy has attracted many customers. I am very proud that my business is running very well. My dream is to be self-employed.
I want to be self-employed
My name is Ario Fabulous and I run a project in Bee Keeping. From the earnings, I was able to pay my school fees and now it has turned out to be a serious business. I have a list of clients I supply my honey and there is still demand for more. I want to be self-employed.
I want to be self-employed.
My name is Okongo William, Educate! Graduate Scholar of Asinge Secondary School – Tororo 2015. From the knowledge I got from the Leadership and Entrepreneurship Course, I was have started a number of projects including; Piggery, Tree planting and Vegetable Growing and they are doing well. I want to be self-employed.
My name is Kyampeire Enid, Educate! Graduate Scholar of Light Secondary School Kitoma – Masaka 2015. From the savings of my pocket money, I managed to start a poultry project and as I talk, I have 20 birds. I have plans for expansion of my project. I want to be a business woman.
My name is Nabbuto Margret and I am running a beauty saloon located in Luwero. After beign in the Leadership and Entrepreneurship program with Educate! for about two years. I started to work in a salon where I am paid on commission, which means I do not get a salary, but a share of the income from the products I sell. I try very hard and I encourage my friends to buy from the shop I am working in. Through my hard work, I have gained skills, experience and a good reputation so that I am able to save some money. From these savings, I have been able to open my own shop named Margret Beauty Shop. Mostly my shop sells skin lotions, creams, hair oils and chemicals. My main customers are ladies and the salons around my shop. I expanded my business with shampoos and hair products, which provide a higher income. I am still working in the salon and my sister is working in the beauty shop. All these earning have enabled me to cater for my sister and me. It is a good business especially when you have loyal customers.
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