Buwenge Kisa Kya Mukama Womens Development-Jinja Group
The Buwenge neighborhood where she operates is a melting pot of fish-buying traders. It goes without saying that this is a highly lucrative business from which she says she has benefited quite a lot. Aisha is happily married with eight kids. To set forth in this business she had to bank on profits from her agro-produce business. Prior to that she was more inclined toward a timber-selling business. At present, she has a side poultry business.
$66 is what she says she makes in a week. With this loan, Aisha says she is going to buy more fish for resale.
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