Update on ManukManuk lives in Tsovagyugh village in Gegharkunik region. This young farmer, who is at the same time a student (paid division of Yerevan State Economic University, distance learning), is seeking his second loan from Kiva.
He takes care of his farm so carefully and skillfully that he now thinks that he is able to keep and feed more cattle than he has. At the moment his farm has cows, pigs and chickens. He sells a lot of milk, various dairy products and eggs. Unlike other young people he is extremely interested in farming and has great plans connected to it.
Manuk lives with his parents and his brother. He used his first loan to buy 3 cows and is now requesting a loan of 700,000 Armenian drams in order to buy several calves which will make his farm richer and also give him a chance to start selling meat.
Previous Loan DetailsManuk is 22 years old. He lives in Tsovagyugh village in the Sevan area with his parents and his brother. Manuk is studying by correspondence at Yerevan State Economic University, and at the same time Manuk and his family members are engaged in animal breeding. They have a plot of land where they... More from Manuk's previous loan »
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This loan is helping support a borrower who is under age 30. Because many young people lack business experience or established credit histories, it can be even more difficult for them to access financial services. By funding this youth loan, you are expanding opportunity for a young person with limited resources
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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