Bahodurjon is a resident of the Rudaki district. He is 40 years old, married and a father of two children. His wife is a homemaker, and children are not of age. Bahodurjon is the sole provider for his family. He is involved in manufacturing wooden windows and doors. Now, he intends to get involved in another business area. He wants to start making toilet paper. He has a space for running a business and a small investment of his own. In order to start the new business, Bahodurjon is requesting a loan to purchase equipment for making toilet paper.
Баходурчон житель района Рудаки. Ему 40 лет. Он женат и отец двух детей. Его жена домохозяйка, а дети несовершеннолетние. Баходурчон является единственным кормильцем в семье. Он занимается изготовлением деревянных окон и дверей. Теперь он намерен заняться другой сферой деятельности. Он хочет заняться производством туалетной бумаги. Он имеет место для ведения деятельности и небольшой собственный вклад. Чтобы начать новый бизнес, Баходурчон просит кредит для приобретения оборудования для производства туалетной бумаги.
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This loan is part of Humo's startup loan program targeting particularly vulnerable clients who live at subsistence and do not qualify for the standard loan due to lack of income from an existing business. This program offers clients up to a 4-month grace period on the loan. By funding this loan, you are supporting borrowers who have limited options to start and grow small businesses. This has the potential to alleviate the effects of poverty, significantly improving borrowers' incomes and their families' quality of life.
About MLO Humo and Partners
MLO Humo and Partners is a microfinance institution in Tajikistan that aims to support vulnerable and underserved populations living in rural areas through financial and consulting services for small businesses. Kiva loans are used by groups and individual borrowers to start and grow businesses and build brighter futures for themselves, their families and their communities. This is especially important in Tajikistan, the poorest country in Central Asia, where more than two-thirds of the population lives below the poverty line.