Amir is 31 years old and married to a housewife. They have two children, age 5 and 6. They live in his own house in Hioma, Uganda.
He is the sole bread winner for his family, and his dream is to set up a sustainable income-generating activity for the family.
He runs a business of produce and has been in it for 11 years. From this business he was able to build his family house. He faces a challenge of price fluctuations, however, and his dream is to have a bigger store.
Amir wants a loan to buy rice, beans and groundnuts for resale.
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