Karubanda Twimukye Group, Kihihi
Lauben has a carpentry workshop in Karubanda that has been in existence for over 20 years. He also does joinery in his workshop and he makes doors, windows, chairs and so on. As a result, he has a good customer base. He acquired the skill after working for someone else as well as being a farmer.
He is hard working and very cooperative and his dream is to be able to expand his business as well as educate all his remaining children.
He says that as a result of taking loans, his business has somehow grown and he needs a loan to be able to purchase timber for his business.
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