We are excited that some of the innovators participating in our “Mentoring young adults into innovators against poverty” project have specific intentions to engage in agri-business throughout a value chain.
One of them is Isagara, who is originally from Kijunjubwa Village in Masindi District, is married in Acholi and is a resident of Pece Vangard in Gulu District. She has good intentions to establish a cattle fattening business and she has a good starting point. She has land which she inherited from her late father in Masindi; and some savings in cash.
Isagara at the CPAR Uganda Lira Learning Centre during the training on cash flows.
Isagara is putting in every effort to utilise her newly acquired skills and knowledge from CPAR Uganda on how to prepare a cash flow, to prepare a cash flow for her proposed cattle fattening business. The ball is in her court, if she does well, she may qualify for financial support from CPAR Uganda.
We, at CPAR Uganda, are cheering her on and we look forward to receiving her cattle fattening project planning documents for our review and consideration.