I have only been producing grains before but after taking the banana farming training organized by Caritas Nepal in December 2016, I started doing banana farming business in 0.33 hectare of land. I also had taken Rs. 25,000 loan provided by Caritas Nepal's for commercial use. I had sold the bananas myself in the market and in the village. The income was also good. So, on 31st December 2018, I again took loan of Rs. 60,000 and started running a grocery store in my own house. But due to increased cases of Corona, country wide lockdown was announced making it difficult to sell the banana in the market so I started selling banana in my own shop. I sold it for 40 to 60 rupees a dozen. It was good income; my production and my hard work did not go to waste. Currently my savings is Rs. 20,000 in the cooperative while the share price has reached to Rs. 2,500.