Betty Ndugga, a female entrepreneur in Uganda
Betty Ndugga used to be a clothing trader in Uganda's capital of Kampala, after her husband died, she returned to her village and joined a local farmer field school, supported by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation, where she was trained in coffee production. After that, she decided to establish a nursery, which later turns into a successful business. Betty’s seedlings are also being bought by the Uganda Coffee Development Authority who distribute them to farmers while also providing training in a drive to revive the sector.
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