A loan of $375 helped to buy second-hand shoes for selling.


Ibrahim's story

Ibrahim is married, with three children; one of them is in school. He sells second-hand clothes in the outskirt markets of Kagadi town, a business he started ten years ago as a major source of income to look after his family. He wants a loan of 1,000,000 UGX (one million shillings) to buy more second-hand shoes for selling to meet the increasing demand for the goods. It is back-to-school season, so parents will be buying shoes for their children. His major challenge is the limited capital in the business, and the poor transportation network to the markets. Ibrahim hopes to expand his business and get good income from it to help him educate his children, and also construct a permanent residential house for the family. He asks lenders to give him a hand financially, and see his dream come true. In the photo is Ibrahim(left) with the Ugafode credit officer who had gone to do a site visit at his home.


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