Update on YovanYovan is a 46-year-old man with eight children living in Kagadi,Uganda.
Yovan needs the loan to buy local brew to sell. For 15 years he has been dealing in local brew. He started the business because of the ready market of the product and low cost of production. He has his own plantation where he gets bananas to make the local brew, but because of the high demand, he also buys from others.
Yovan never got a chance to go to school because of the rigidity of his father, who preferred that he reared animals and brewed alcohol to education. He says that with the community awareness campaign, he wishes to educate his children so that they can be better citzens.
He has a business dream of owning a refinery so as to produce quality brew.
Previous Loan DetailsYovan is a 46-year-old man with eight children. He runs a local brew business, which he has operated for a period of 15 years. He earned the capital to start his business by farming. Price fluctuations and high fuel prices are factors affecting his business. Yovan dreams of having all his child... More from Yovan's previous loan »
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