Bwenda Katukore Group, Ibanda
With a strong work ethic and ready market, the 42 year old married and cheerful mother of 6 children has kept her business on a steady growth. In a month, she makes 160,000 Ugandan shillings. Her business is gaining ground over these years and has meant that her family has benefited. Her business plan of action for the future is to be able to sell more bananas to an increasingly expanding market as she envisages purchasing manure for her plantation for better production.
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