Update on JoramJoram is a married male, age 44 and living in Kagadi, Uganda. He operates a liquor store selling local brew to earn a daily income, in addition to farming and a piggery.
His dreams are to complete construction of a permanent house, and educate his children.
He is challenged by the poor road network and low capital.
Joram is requesting a loan to buy local brew to sell.
Previous Loan DetailsJoram is a 43-year-old married man living in Kagadi, Uganda. He operates a local brew business but also trades in produce and has been in business for twelve years now. He also has a piggery project to supplement his income. He dreams of building a permanent house for his family and refining his… More from Joram's previous loan »
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