Katanda Tukwatanise Group, Bushenyi
For four years now, Evasi has sold produce from Katerera trading centre and this includes beans, maize, peas, groundnuts (peanuts) and so on. Although her business profits keep on fluctuating because of the seasonal changes affecting the agricultural sector, she is able to make 150,000/= as monthly profits on average. She attributes her success and business continuity to her good customer care and to the loans.
Evasi would like to expand her business to wholesale as well as educate all her children to university level. She needs a loan to help with buying more produce to sell at a profit and this will increase her business stock and general turnover.
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