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Total loan: $375
Sanakhshire, , Georgia / Agriculture
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A loan helped to start sheep breeding.
Babo lives in the village of Sanakhshire, Zestaponi District, West Georgia. She is 67 years old, retired and receiving a pension from the local government. Babo is running the agricultural business for the family. They own two milk cows and one pig and sell the dairy products in a nearby town's open market. The family earns additional income through the sale of wine and vodka produced by grapes harvested from their family-owned 300 vines. Babo lives with her family: her grown son, daughter-in-law and two grandchildren. She requested credit to purchase sheep. She will start selling lambs in a nearby town's open market as well. The income of the family will increase. In the future, Babo plans to reinvest part of the income in the sheep-breeding business for its further development. The other part of the increased income will be used to improve the daily living conditions of the family.