A loan of $700 helped to produce processed milk products.

Bahrullo's story

Bahrullo R. makes and sells products from processed milk. In his assortment of merchandise there are products such as sour cream, buttermilk and kurut. You are probably wondering what is kurut? Kurut is sour and salty milk balls which Bahrullo and his father make themselves. These balls are then dried and sold. They make kurut at home. On the photo Bahrullo is pictured with his product in the front which is kurut. In the beginning of their business Bahrullo and his father were making nabot which is a syrup made of sugar in forms of crystals. They sold it on the market. After they started selling processed milk products and realized that it's a more profitable business. Every day Bahrullo makes 50 kilograms of kurut. He wants to get a loan to produce more kurut.

MLF “MicroInvest” is one of the leading microfinance organizations, rendering credit services to the population of Tajikistan. Following step of its development, MLF “MicroInvest” sees in transformation into Microloan Deposit-taking Organization. Therefore in October, 2008 MLF “MicroInvest” together with LLC “Frontiers” have founded Limited Liability Company Microloan Deposit-taking Organization “Arvand”
“Arvand” being assignee of “MicroInvest, continues to carry out its mission which is to improve the standard of living of the population and create new opportunities for social and economic development by providing qualitative financial-technical services to entrepreneurs of Tajikistan.

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Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer Elena Fedorchuk

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