Monuskan T. is the treasurer of the group. She is 37 and married. She has two daughters and a son. All the children are at school. In order to make money Monuskan breeds livestock and her husband works in construction. Monuskan started her activity five years ago with the initial investment of 2000 soms. With money received from the loan she wants to purchase livestock for breeding.
Zulaika A., 38, is a widow. She has three sons; all of them are at school. Zulaika breeds livestock to earn money. She resells sheep after fattening, and in this way she makes 2000 soms per month. She hopes to obtain the loan because she needs money to purchase sheep in order to increase her flock. In the future she wants to save money and purchase household appliances in order to improve her living conditions.
Kubatbek K., 36, is married. He has a daughter who is at school. Kabatbek and his wife breed livestock; they resell sheep after fattening. In this way they make about 2000 soms per month. With money received from the loan, Kabatbek wants to purchase livestock for breeding. In the future he wants to start building a new house.
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This is a Group Loan
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