A loan of $1,775 helped to buy men's and women's apparel for resale.

Bayarsayhan's story

Bayarsayhan S. lives with his wife and two teenage children in Ovorhangai province, one of Mongolia's central provinces. His two children are both high school students. Bayarsayhan has a small retail business selling women's and men's clothing. He sells various women's and men's clothes imported from China at the stall that he rents in the local market. He usually purchases clothes for his business from Ereen, China, a border town where many cheap Chinese products are imported to Mongolia.

Depending on the monthly sale amount, he travels to Ereen, China, once or twice a month to bring back clothes for his business. While he is away in Ereen, his wife helps in his business as a saleswoman at his stall in the market. In the future, he hopes to open a large shop for various apparel.

Bayarsayhan also says that he hopes to start saving some money from his business's profit for his children's future education. His dream is to see his two children receive a good education and pursue their dreams. He is requesting a loan to purchase more clothes from Ereen, China.

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