Kanyansande Turibamwe Group
Dezi has been selling a local brew for thirty years. He started with one jerrycan and now brews ten jerrycans a month. Each is sold for 60000 shillings.
His hardship is finding and buying ingredients to make his brew, especially bananas. Dezi's vision is to own a big bar in his village and to educate his children. Dezi needs the loan to buy bananas for brewing alcohol.
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