Lwensinga Tusakimu Group
Goret is a typical farmer. She grows beans, maize and millet. She has applied for shillings 300,000 which she will use to buy good quality seedlings of maize and beans for planting during the rainy season in September. She will use the profits after sales to pay school fees and buy her other household necessities. Goret is determined not to be left behind in this fast developing economy. Goret is standing at the front row on the left dressed in a pink attire.
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