Alozio is a 35-year-old, hardworking man, living in Kagadi, Uganda. For two years he has been trading in agricultural products. He started this business with his savings, from his salary as a teacher in a government school. Like most traders in a developing country, he has challenges, like price fluctuations, and inadequate capital to meet the high demand. Alozio is requesting a loan to buy maize and beans to resell.
His family goal is to educate his children up to the university, and his business goal is to establish a food store that can sustainably supply the whole region.