Bubajjwe Youth Development Group
There has been recent improvement with better coffee prices from the re-emerging coffee unions to coffee farmers who have good-grade coffee. As a result, many coffee farmers, Godfrey included, can now bask in the glow of improved sales profits. Godfrey took over this business from his late father. Weekly, he makes sales profits totaling Ugandan shillings 60,000. He says he is going to use this Kiva loan to purchase young coffee plants to grow. He envisages being able to make more profits when the plants mature and produce better high-grade, robust Arabica coffee to sell.
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