Rugaaga I Twimukye Of Ibanda Group
Mackleen is a farmer, selling produce from Rugaaga I, and from her transactions she is able to make 260,000/= (Ugandan Shillings) as profits every week. She has been a farmer selling produce for fourteen years and is grateful that she has been able to win more customers due to her quality produce.
Mackleen needs a loan to help with buying more produce for resale plus employing manpower on her farm for better output.
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