Burmakan is a resident of Gulcho, a nice village in the south of Kyrgyzstan. She is 42 and married to a construction worker. Together with her husband she has raised three sons and a daughter. The daughter studies at a university; the older son works in construction; the second son is in Russia; and the youngest son goes to kindergarten. In 1994, Burmakan started to sell seeds and cookies. During the years, she increased the commodity turnover. At the moment she sells home products, beverages, detergents, clothes and toys. Her monthly profit from this trade is about 16000 soms. With the money received from the loan she wants to purchase more beverages, cookies and detergents to increase the assortment of goods she sells. In the future, Burmakan wishes to see all her children wed.
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