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Nabwire said the business began in 2012 after receiving a Shs1m loan from a Kampala-based microfinance which was used to rent the piece of land and to buy materials to run the business.
“The group employs both male and female from the area and this has helped to reduce idleness and laziness hence providing a favorable income,” she added.
Nabwire blamed the youth of being too segregative in taking up certain jobs which keeps them in vicious circle of poverty.
She called upon the youth in all parts of the country to stop waiting for government to set up jobs for them but rather rise up and be creative.
Joshua Aliba, one of the members of the group who joined the industry in 2012 said he has managed to buy a 2 acre piece of land in Kamwokya a Kampala suburb and constructed a three roomed house; he is also paying school fees for his two siblings in Masaka secondary school.
According to the report from the World Bank, Uganda is one of the countries with high levels of unemployment of about 63 percent.
The UN report shows that, a few youths who are unemployed are scammed under low levels of payment and this affects their ability to develop financially.