Total loan: $650


Ulaanbaatar, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia / Services

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A loan helped To expand her business and finish building her house.

Tsetsegee's story

Tsetsegee D. is a very hard-working woman who lives with her husband and two children in a ger (or Mongolian nomadic dwelling) in the Chingeltei district of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Her husband, Chinzorig, is unemployed and babysits their children at home. He owns a car that he sometimes uses to transport people from one place to another. Their two children attend school. Because neither child is in college yet, living expenses are much lower than people whose children go to college or university. Tsetsegee makes a living working as a tailor. She worked in a factory until 2003, then started her own business sewing and stitching people's clothes. Her monthly earnings are between 300,000-400,000 tugrugs ($210-290). She sews all kinds of European clothes and all forms of traditional Mongolian dress. Her dream is to finish building her house, which she is working on right now. To make this happen, she works hard to earn money. She has applied for a loan of $650 that she will use to expand her business and finish building her house.