Josephine has a boutique in Hoima, Uganda. She is thirty-one years old, single, and has three children. Two of her children attend school. She works six days a week, having started the business in 2006. She started the business for profit-making purposes. She earns additional income from farming. She intends to expand her business, despite weather changes that hinder her business.
She will use the loan money to buy new clothes for selling.
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