James is 40 years old married with twelve children. From farming, he accumulated savings which he used to start up his barber shop. He lives in Kyenjojo, Uganda, where he owns a house in which he lives with his family. He dreams of educating his children.
James wants a loan to buy hairdryers and lotion in order to expand his salon from men only to unisex. This will enable him to serve both male and female clients and, in the process, increase his sales. However, his business is affected by the high cost of fuel.