Salim is a 41-year-old man, married with four children aged 14,10, 5 and 2 years old. He has no other dependents and lives with a family of six members. He owns his home and his family goal is to have well educated children. He lives in Masindi, Uganda.
He is into the motorcycle transport business and has been doing it for 4 years. He bought a motorcycle using his salary and faces a challenge of motorcycle break down, given the terrain of his business area. In future he sees his business having more motorcycles and himself having a private school. He wants the loan to enable him to buy spare parts for his motorcycle and pay repair costs so that he can continue operating his transport business.
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