Kanyansheko Bakyara Twimukye Group, Ibanda
Margaret is one extraordinary woman, who has chosen a predominantly male occupation - farming. For the last twenty years she has gone through this farming mill in Kanyansheko village, Ibanda district. It’s with her experience and sense of hard work that she has been able to make successful strides in a male-dominated field.
Currently, Margaret is making profits to the tune of 40,000 shillings a month. It’s apparent that these profits are minimal by her standards, and also going by the status quo. Her future plans, on getting a loan, are to expand her business and to improve her family’s welfare.
This is a Group Loan
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