Local Business Owner Forced To Stop Work and Struggling
My name if Nandawula Gorette, 51 years old, single mother living in Uganda, capital city Kampala, in Nakawa division. I have 3 dependents that are residing with me. My husband walked away leaving me with our sons and my nephew. Am a small scale business lady dealing in selling used clothes and other small items. My health has not been that good since my ex-husband left us.
The struggle has been real for me and my sons. My daily work has been affect recently with the outbreak of Corona Virus since the nation announcements by our president stopping most of the businesses and transport means, this has heavily affected my support for my family. This has cut off all; the income. I depend on the daily income for food and home necessities. I am of less hope where my help will come from when it comes to food and other supplies like medication.
We have been advised to wear masks and gloves, however we don’t have these items and we are unable to purchase them because of lack of money. Any help finding these items is greatly appreciated.
Please help render your help to me and my family. Thank you.
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