Amos is 38 years old, married and the father of two children. He lives in his own house in Hioma, Uganda. He is charged with the responsibility of looking after his sisters and his own family, and his dream is to educate them.
He has a retail shop and has been operating it for three years amid challenges of high rental fees and taxes.
Amos started as a builder, then saved to start the retail shop. His goal is to become a wholesale trader.
Amos needs the loan to buy soap, rice and maize flour for resale.
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