Update on AlfredAlfred is a 60-year old male who lives in Masindi, Uganda and used the previous loan to pay workers to plough his land for the next season where he managed to plant his crops but yielded less due to unpredictable weather. He does farming, teaching and cattle fattening. He started the farming so as to to mobilize finances to sustain his family. He dreams of constructing a permanent house for his family. Inadequate capital and weather variations affect his business. Alfred intends to use the loan to weed his garden.
Previous Loan DetailsAlfred is 59 years old, married, and has thirteen children. They live in Masindi, Uganda. He is a farmer, and also earns a salary from teaching. Like most farmers, he is challenged by unpredictable weather changes and price fluctuations that affect his growth. His dreams are to educate his ch... More from Alfred's previous loan »
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