Benadeta is 40 years old and a single mother of five children aged 18 to 3 years.
She is a hard-working woman and the sole bread winner for her family.
Benadeta lives in a two-room rented house with her children in Hioma, Uganda. Her goal is to educate her children.
For eight years she has been selling produce. She started by selling bananas then later diverted into the sale of maize and beans.
Benadeta needs a loan to purchase cereals like maize and beans for resale.
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