Total loan: $875

Sabira's Group

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Kochkor, Naryn Region, Kyrgyzstan / Agriculture

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A loan helped To purchase cattle for breeding.

Sabira's Group's story

Sabira K. is the leader of this group; she is 68. Her husband is a pensioner. They have five daughters and three sons. All the children are married and lives separately with their families, except the youngest son. Sabira and her husband have been breeding cattle for twenty years. Their youngest son helps them in this activity. In this way they make money to improve their living conditions. With money received from this loan, Sabira will purchase one cow for breeding. In the future she wants to increase the number of cattle.

Aigul A. is 47; she is a widow. She has raised four daughters and two sons. The sons work in Bishkek as mechanics; the older daughter is a nurse and the second daughter works in a sewing workshop. The other children study at school. Aigul breeds cattle; she has been doing for four years. Now she has applied for a loan because she needs money to purchase one cow in order to increase their number.

Aishabubu A. is 61; she is a widow. She has a son and two daughters. The daughters are married and live separately with their families. The son lives with his mom, and he helps her with housework. Aishabubu has been breeding cattle and cultivating fruits and vegetables for 16 years. She wants to get a loan to purchase 150 litters of fuel, which is needed for the sowing process in the summer season.

Anarbubu AA. is the treasurer of the group. She is 54 and married. She has a son and a daughter. The daughter is married and lives separately with her family. Anarbubu and her husband have been breeding and selling cattle for six years. They started with an initial investment of 10000 soms ($217.6) and now they make 5000 soms ($108.8) per month. Anarbubu needs a loan to purchase cattle and sell it at higher price after fattening.

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