A loan helped to add 55 sheep to the existing herd of 35.

Vladimir's story

Vladimir is a 27-year-old, recently married man who for the past three years has been doing agriculture and also installing doors and windows as a source of living. He has an established clientele to sell his dairy products and also offers his services to other villagers around. He has built a shop of aluminum products in the yard of his house, and the profit he generated last year was about $5,800.

Currently, Vladimir has 35 sheep of a good breed, and they sell twenty baby goats a year for a profit. From the homemade cheese he made last year, he made $250, and from the raw milk roughly $900.

In addition to the livestock, his family owns about 12 dynym of agricultural land where they plant wheat that they use for the family's consumption and for their sheep. Vladimir wants to add 55 more sheep to the herd.

This loan is special because:

It supports populations in a country where financing options are scarce.

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