Introducing Lovin Kobusingye, founder of a fish processing business Kati Farms in Uganda


28 Feb
28Feb

How Lovin Kobusingye, founder of a fish processing business Kati Farms in Uganda, reinvigorated fish farming and created a whole new market in the country with her idea for fish sausages.

Sharing actionable knowledge helps to turn ideas into reality. The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) has seen powerful returns from bringing together young entrepreneurial thinkers and doers from all over Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific.

For entrepreneurs like 36-year-old Lovin Kobusingye, founder of the fish processing business Kati Farms Ltd. in Uganda, interacting with other innovators is never a wasted exercise. The EU has invested a lot in Africa, “…but as local entrepreneurs we know the approach and application needed to keep it going. We need to share our knowledge to understand and to be understood.”

For more details: https://www.cta.int/en/youth/article/lovin-kobusingye-the-accidental-entrepreneur-sid054e4c7cc-7795-40ad-91ab-8992a19dfbfa?fbclid=IwAR1Bu5h0Dpm_MiwDGvD8B2LNcrdwxNPG1yAZ9_BrrWgLoxjTZ5aNisd1z1w

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