Update on WilliamWilliam used his previous loan to buy cassava to sell. He is a 44-year-old married man, with six children, living in Kasese, Uganda.
He has been in the cassava-milling business for four years. With his earnings he was able to buy land and pay school fees for his children. He also has tree nursery beds, and he supplies tree seedlings to farmers around the area.
His family goal is to educate his children up to the university, while his business plans are to buy more land to plant more trees and to diversify his business so he can mill other cereals, like beans and maize.
William intends to use the loan to buy a coffee-milling machine.
Previous Loan DetailsWilliam is a forty three year old married man with six children living in Kasese, Uganda. He has been in the cassava milling business for three years and with the proceeds he has been able to buy land and pay school fees for his children. He also has tree nursery beds and he supplies the tree see... More from William's previous loan »
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