This story is about N. Moses, a married man from Kajuzya group, Ibanda. Moses has been in the agricultural sector for more than 30 years. As for many Ugandan families, a mix of different agricultural activities has given his family an improved lease of life.
Moses has subsisted on a variety of agricultural products, and specialized in growing bananas and looking after cows. Although adverse weather conditions have affected his plantations constantly, Moses has managed to consolidate the gains he has made. As a result, his family of seven children has enjoyed the benefits and his children have all gone to good institutions of learning.
Moses makes a good monthly profit from sales of his agricultural products. He is very upbeat about this loan as he will be in a position to improve the mulching and gardening aspects of his farm and also increase his stock of animals. This will help him increase his amount of produce and sales revenue, providing him a base from which to achieve his objective of educating all his children.