Aramazan is a 56-year-old hardworking man with three children living in Kasese, Uganda. He has been selling clothes for 12 years and has been able to pay school fees for his children and to renovate his house with the income from his business. Aramazan's major business challenges are the seasonal nature of the product and his customers' ever-changing tastes and different preferences. His business desire is to own a modern boutique and to diversify by including a retail shop. Aramazan is requesting a loan to buy clothes, sugar, salt and maize flour to sell.
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