Total loan: $1,200

Guljan's Group

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Tokmak, Chuy Province, Kyrgyzstan / Agriculture

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A loan helped To fertilize and plough fallow land before winter comes.

Guljan's Group's story

The leader of this group, Guljan, is forty-six years old. She has one child and her husband works as a security guard in the Chui electric power plant. He gave Guljan freedom of choice to choose between working and staying at home and Guljan chose to work. Her relatives advised her to engage in farming. Guljan managed to obtain a three-hectare (7.5-acre) piece of land and made a start by investing $50 in buying clover seeds. So, for ten years she has been growing clover. As many people have cattle and need to prepare forage for winter, Guljan quickly started making profits. Now, she trades in clover at the market. Guljan’s work has been a great asset to her family’s budget as, together with her husband, she has been able to buy a house in Tokmok city. Recently, Guljan harvested the clover and now needs some funds for fertilizing and working the land before winter comes. Therefore, she has applied for this loan as she does not have much time to collect a sufficient amount of money. Guljan’s partners are Gulzina, Dinara and Sabyrbek: Gulzina, 23, is married and her husband works at a tannery. Gulzina works on her land: she has one-hectare (2.5 acres) of land and grows hay. She has already harvested and stacked the hay and now is preparing to start selling it. Gulzina hopes to get this loan and invest it in working the land and fertilizing it. Dinara, 43, is divorced. She plans to get engaged in animal husbandry. Her colleagues have advised her to start this occupation as it brings good profits. Dinara has applied for this loan to purchase a calf. Now, she is planning to equip her house with the necessary facilities. Sabyrbek, 46, is a father of four children. His wife works at Kyrgyz Post as a logistics manager. Sabyrbek trades in cattle at “Murok” market and manages to earn $185 a month. Now, he needs to obtain this loan to invest it in purchasing cattle. ====================================== --- Where Did This Loan Come From? ---

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