Mukama Yemubeezi Kisunku Group
Cate started her business running a local brewery and rearing pigs in 1990. She brews once a week. Cate began her business to earn school fees for her children because she could not wholly depend on her husband. Her clients are individuals and retailers in her home village. Cate's business challenges include lack of capital, scarce firewood and labor, and poor access to markets.
Cate is requesting a loan to buy more drums, pipes, funnels and jerrycans for her local brew business.
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