Rwakashoma Tea Growers, Bushenyi Group
She is also a farmer and has banana plantations. This is one reason she needs a loan: to be able to mulch her plantations for increased output. She also wants to buy more matooke (steamed green plantain) for resale since at the moment, she cannot get enough to sell to her customers.
Juliet appears in a Red T-shirt in the group photo; she is a very hard-working and determined lady. She is happy that she has enough food for her family and she is seeing her children through school.
This is a Group Loan
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