Update on NarghushNarghush is 54 years old. She and her family live in the village of Lusahovit, which is in Ijevan district. She has four children; her three daughters are married and live separately, and her son is a student at Yerevan State University, Ijevan Branch, in the department of Tourism.
After her husband’s death, Narghush became very worried and doubly responsible for her children's living conditions and future. So she established her own business. She owns a small bakery, and she employs two workers. The employees help her very much to bake a lot of different kinds of bread. They must bake enough to provide bread for all the villagers who are used to buying their bread only from her bakery.
Her first loan gave her a chance to enlarge her business, and now she manages to bake and sell more bread than before. For Armenian people, bread is considered to be holy, and people must never throw it on the ground or spoil it. Because of this regard for bread, Narghush says that she loves her business very much. She works honestly, and she is very happy to provide people with warm, fresh and tasty bread.
She asks a loan, which she will use to buy a lot of flour, in order to bake enough bread for her villagers and to let her business grow.
Previous Loan DetailsNarghush S. was born in 1959 in Lusahovit village in the area of Ijevan. She got married and moved to Ijevan city when she was 18 years old. Now Narghush has 4 children: three daughters and a son. Two of her daughters are already married and live separately. Unfortunately a year ago Narghush's… More from Narghush'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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