Scovia is a forty-year-old married woman with three children and she rents a house in Kasese, Uganda. She has been dealing in clothes for ten years, starting with a working capital of 100,000 shillings and now has three million shillings. Her hardships are low sales and high transport costs and her vision is to own a boutique and build a house. Scovia needs the loan facility to buy clothes for resale.
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