Yosofu is a 25-year-old, hardworking man who lives in Kasese, Uganda. He has been running a retail shop for six months. He earned his startup capital from a coffee-sales business he still operates. He started the business to supplement his coffee business, which is seasonal and cannot sustain the needs of his family year round.
Yosofu dreams of educating his children and expanding his businesses to new areas. He faces business challenges such as stiff competition and price fluctuations. Yosofu is requesting a loan to buy sugar and soap to sell.
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