Update on KarenKaren lives with his family in Ijevan city in Tavush region. He is 33 years old. Karen is married and has two school-aged daughters. It has already been 20 years since Karen has been running his fruit-vegetable trading business. His parents help him very much. Since once a week, on his own car, Karen drives to Yerevan and he brings some part of fruits from there; his parents stay for him.
His stall is more colorful, nicer, and richer among the other stalls in the city wholesale market. He sells different sorts of apples, oranges, grapes, lemons, bananas, mandarins, tomatoes, green potatoes, cucumbers, onions, etc. He arranges all these products so cutely and nicely that his stall attracts many customers during the day.
Now Karen asks for a loan, since he wants to buy a lot of vegetables and some new assortment of fruits for his stall that he never sold before.
Previous Loan DetailsKaren V. is 30 years old, married and has two children. He lives in Ijevan. His wife stays at home and takes care of their children while Karen and his parents are engaged in selling fruits and vegetables, which they have done since 2001. Karen buys fruits and vegetables from Yerevan and oth... More from Karen'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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