A loan of $2,075 helped to pay for 16 sheep, a cow, and an ox to increase the livestock.


Anzhela's story

Meet Anzhela, 37, a farmer from Dzoravanq village. Anzhela lives in a large family of seven. She stays with her husband, five children, aging 2, 12, 15, 17, and 18, and her mother-in-law. Anzhela runs a farm to support her children's daily living. Her husband helps Anzhela a lot. Together they keep cows, calves, oxen, sheep, mother pigs, and hens. Anzhela grows corns, potatoes, plum, walnut, pear, and apple trees. Through produce sales, she gathers income for the family.

Now, Anzhela has applied for this loan to pay for 16 sheep, a cow, and an ox to increase the livestock. This loan will be a huge support for this tireless farmer.


This loan is special because:

It provides women farmers with loans in local currency, reducing the risk they take on.



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