Mugarama Parents Association, Ibanda Group
This married father of one child has been running his business for the last six years in Magarama, Ibanda. Over this time, he has faced a major problem of having too little capital to purchase the materials used, including bananas whose price of 75,000 shillings is what he gains on a weekly basis.
Therefore, with this this loan, Robert is looking at reviving his business by buying more sweet bananas for making local brew and also expanding his retail shop.
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