Lou is a 43-year-old businessman who lives in Juba. He is married and has 4 children between the ages of 7 and 15, all of whom go to school.
Lou has run a food store for 10 years. He has 1 employee. Lou heard about Finance Sudan from the loan officers’ promotion in the market. He is taking a loan of SDG 3000 to purchase more items like milk, soda, eggs, soap, Nomi (a brand of detergent), and many others. Aside from this business, Lou has no other source of income.
In 5 years' time, Lou hopes to open another shop and build a house. His major challenges include his low income and home upkeep.
Lou says that he appreciates Finance Sudan’s efforts in South Sudan for uplifting them financially.