Ambrose is a thirty three year old married man with a child living in Kamwenge, Uganda. After realizing the ready market of sorghum, he decided to trade in cereal and has since reaped tangible benefits. He started the business with 1,000,000 shillings and now has 3,500,000 shillings as working capital. His main hardships are price fluctuation and unpredictable seasonal weather. Ambrose has a vision of buying land and growing sorghum on a large scale. He is requesting for a loan to buy sorghum to sell.
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