Kaken, 61, is a resident of Tup. She is married to a farmer and together they have six grown children. In the year of 2000, the family sold all the livestock it owned and bought a small shop to rebuild into a grocery store. They stocked the store and step-by-step, the business flourished. The background history of the business is already 11 years old and still it brings a significant income of 20,000 soms a month. The purpose of the loan is to buy more products like sugar, rice and pasta to sell in their grocery store. The family hopes to broaden the assortment of goods and make more profits.
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