Update on SergeySergey was born in the city of Kapan and now lives in the village of Syunik. After school, he studied at the zootechnical-veterinary institute of Yerevan, specializing in veterinary science. He now works as a director of studies in a school located in Kapan. At the same time he has been involved in agriculture, animal husbandry, beekeeping, and raising chickens in his village since 2005. Sergey owns some land in Syunik and he grows vegetables which he sells locally. He also grows hay which he sells to a farming business.
Sergey has been involved in beekeeping for many years. He owns more than 15 beehives and makes a decent income from selling honey at the market. According to Sergey, in order to make some good honey, you need to first and foremost love your bees and to take care of them with a lot of patience.
Sergey is married and he has two daughters. His wife greatly helps him to manage his farming and beekeeping businesses.
Sergey needs a loan of 300,000 Armenian dram to buy additional beehives, frames and protective clothing for beekeeping.
После школы Сергей поступил в Ереванский Зооветеринарный институт, по специальности ветеринар. Сергей работает завучем в Капанской школе и в то же время с 2005года в селе Сюник занимается сельским хозяйством,скотоводством ,пчеловодством и держит кур. Сергей имеет собственную землю в Сюнике где выращивает овощи, которые реализует в Капане и сеет сену, которую продает фермерским предприятиям.
Сергей долгие годы занимается также пчеловодством. Он имеет более 15 улей и от реализации меда в рынках получает приличный доход. как говорит Сергей ,чтобы от пчеловодство получать хороший мед надо во первых очень любить пчел, заботится о них с большим терпением.
Сергей женат и имеет двух дочерей. В пчеловодстве и по сельскому хозяйству ему очень помогает его жена.
С помощью первого кредита от Кива Сергей купил корову и рамки для пчел.
Сергею нужен кредит на сумму 300,000 Армянских драм для покупки новых улей, рамок и спецодежды для пчеловодства.
Previous Loan DetailsSergey G. was born in 1980. He is married and has a daughter who is two years old. Sergey works at Syunik village administration and his wife works at the kindergarten in the same village. Sergey combines his work in village administration with farming, which helps him to support his young fa... More from Sergey's previous loan »
About “Nor Horizon”
“Nor Horizon” UCO LLC is committed to promoting poverty alleviation in Armenia by providing high-quality financial and other business development services to enterprising individuals in under-served rural and urban markets who have a strong will to establish and develop their own small-scale businesses. Originally created as the Armenian micro credit program of Oxfam (Great Britain) in late 1995, “Nor Horizon” LLC has been licensed under supervision of the Central Bank of Armenia since early 2006.
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