Total loan: $2,575


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Kara-Buura district, Talas region, Talas Region, Kyrgyzstan / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy dairy cows in order to increase her milk sales to a local factory.

Ainura's story

Ainura is 46 years old. She's married with 6 children. She has a high school education. Her main source of income for her family is selling food at her own shop. She earns additional income by raising cattle and growing crops for over 25 years. Thanks to her hard work, her farm today has 6 cows and a horse, as well as 2.5 irrigated land where she grows beans. She has a contract to supply organic milk to a local plant for processing into dairy products. This allows her to continuously invest in her agricultural business.
Then she learned that she could get a loan from Bai Tushum Bank, secured by a contract for future supply under the product of "chain of added value." When she learned this, she turned to them for a loan of 200,000 KGS, in order to buy milk cows and increase her sales volume of milk. The plant's payments for her milk will go directly to the bank on Ainura's account, and the loan payments will be deducted from there automatically. Her earnings from this loan will go into further developing her farm and improving the financial means of her family.