€180.00

Maize and raw food selling

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Jesca is one of the few maize sellers in Mpaata, she buys dried raw maize mostly from other farmers around her village who plant maize on small scale and then she re-sells it to the maize millers in bulk at a slightly inflated price.

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€180.00

Animal rearing, fuel and banana selling

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Sarah deals in selling of fuel and yellow bananas.

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€180.00

Canteen

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Betty has a shop that sells essential domestic home products like cooking oil, sugar, rice, soap, etc and some groceries.

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€180.00

Tailoring

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Josephine is the only experienced tailor in Kiyanja and this gives her a lot of customers since she is the only in one in the area.

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€180.00

Raw food selling

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Berna is a raw food seller; she buys her raw food like bananas, sweet potatoes, etc from the farmers at a cheaper cost and then transports them to Ggaba market where she sells them off.

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€180.00

Crop farming and transport

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Zaina sells raw foods like sweet potatoes, bananas, yams, vegetables and cassava that she normally harvests from her garden. She transports them to the village markets on her motorcycle.

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€180.00

Animal and Fuel selling

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Sarah runs two businesses ie selling fuel and also animal rearing.

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€180.00

Charcoal and animal rearing

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Saida also has a cow which rears by zero grazing and she wants to buy for it silage since her neighbours no longer allow her to tie her cow in their land.

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€180.00

Animal and raw food selling

Requested loan

Fatumah sells raw food items like bananas, sweet potatoes, cassava pumpkins.

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€180.00

Crop and animal farming

Requested loan

Jamawa has over 2 acres of land where she cultivates food crops. Jamawa divided the land into portions where she cultivated crops like beans, bananas, maize, and vegetables like cabbages.

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