Betty is a 46-year-old widowed woman with five children living in Kamwenge, Uganda.
She earns a living by dealing in second-hand clothes. Her clients are the people around the railway station. She also does farming.
She hopes to build a permanent house for residence and and educate her children to attain degrees as minimum qualification.
The seasonal nature of the business poses a challenge to her cash flows, but her dream is to diversify the business to include shoes and office wear.
Betty intends to use the loan to buy clothes to sell.
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