In order to earn a livelihood, Saerahon breeds livestock and resells them at a higher price after being fattened. In this way she earns about 4,000 KGS per month. With money received from the loan, Saerahon wants to increase the number of livestock. She plans to purchase three sheep for breeding, fattening and reselling.
In the future, she is going to start building a shed to keep livestock there.
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