Mamichu is a 26-year-old mother of two children aged 8 and 2 years. She is a tailor in Hoima, Uganda and she sells clothing material. Her husband is also a tailor. She lives in a family of four people in a rented house. She has been in the business of tailoring for eight years. Having started working with her mother, Mamichu gained skills in tailoring. With the help of the HOFOKAM credit facility, she has been able to start up her own shop. She intends to use the loan funds to buy clothing material for her tailoring shop.
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