A loan of $3,650 helped a member to buy improved tomato seeds and pesticides.

Zibulatudde Development Grp Group's story

Musa is a 39-year-old man who deals in agriculture, specifically tomato growing, in Butende village. He began this business because he wanted to raise money to cater for his family's needs and pay school fees for his children. He has 11 children, and eight of them are school-going.

His main challenges include price fluctuations and transport hardships from the village to other market areas like Kampala. He would like to expand his business to get more income to support his children and meet their school-fee requirements. He is grateful to the group because through it, he has received connections and a market. He is very hardworking and encourages youth not to overlook farming, because even through it, one can get rich.

In this group: Sualiman, Musa, Twahiri, Abasi, Mulinde, Haruna, Seleve, Abasi, Moses

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