Holishon K. is the treasurer of the group. She is 36 and works in the Department of Registration. Holishon has started to breed livestock; she hopes to obtain the loan to purchase five sheep for breeding.
Olmahon T. is 45, married, and has five children. Olmahon works as a security guard at school and her husband is a post officer. Olmahon and her husband also breed cattle and grow tobacco. With money received from the loan, they want to purchase a cow for breeding.
Gulchehra T. is 41, divorced, and has two sons; the first son is handicapped and the second attends school. Gulchehra works as a nurse; she also breeds livestock animals for additional income. With money received from the loan. she wants to purchase three sheep for breeding.
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