A loan of $425 helped to buy more millet flour for vending to raise his children's school fees.

Alfred's story

Alfred, 57, is the father of seven children. Two are attending school. He is an agriculturalist, mainly growing coffee in the rural setting of the Bushenyi district as his main source of income. He also sells millet flour to supplement his income.

Alfred is grateful for the previous support that enabled him to buy fertilizers for his coffee plantation and realized good yields. The proceeds helped him clear education bills for his children and other family necessities.

He is requesting for a loan of 1,500,000 UGX to buy millet flour for vending so that he can pay his children's school fees.

Alfred appreciates the continued support.

This loan is special because:

It targets rural populations.

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