Julia is married, 58 years old, and lives in the community of Airport, along with her husband and five children. All of her children, who are between the ages of 12 and 25, are in school. Since 1997, Julia has been selling lappa (traditional clothes), slippers, shirts, and other items in the market. She started this business with money given to her by her husband and learned her selling techniques from her mother. The main challenge she faces is the rainy season. Julia is requesting a loan to purchase more lappa (traditional clothes), slippers, shirts, and other items for her business. Her future plans include building a house and educating her children.