Jane works as a plantation farmer where she grows crops both for sale and home consumption. She also works as a poultry farmer and has raised chickens at her home in Kisoga for 20 years. She is able to generate 100,000/= in profits per week, which helps her run her home and save a little money.
Jane wants to expand her poultry farm so she can earn enough income to educate her children and enable them to get jobs in the future. She needs a loan to buy more chicken feed and fertilizer to help boost her farming businesses.
This is a Group Loan
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