Suubi Lyamukama Group 2, Lugazi
Milly has been a businesswoman with a poultry and farming business in Kitigoma for eighteen years and her major challenge for her poultry business is the scarcity of water for her chickens. For the farming business, she has had experience since childhood. She is able to make 200,000/= as weekly profits and she attributes this to her good customer care and the loans that increase her capital.
In future, Milly would like to become a wholesale supplier of chickens and eggs to big hotels, eating places, schools and universities plus build rentals for her children’s education in future while she is gone.
Milly needs a loan to be able to buy insecticides for her farming and feed for her chickens for better growth.
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