A loan of $2,150 helped to maintain and expand her car repair business.


Oyuntsetseg's story

T.Oyuntsetseg is a lathe operator who received her secondary education. In accordance with her occupation, she started her repair business in 1995 with the help of her husband. They live with their three daughters in a ger (Mongolian nomadic dwelling) in the Chingeltei District of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. This nomadic dwelling is quite small for 5 people.



They have a dream to buy more gers for their children when they get married and have their own lives. The oldest daughter studies at the Nursing College in order to become a very good nurse and help others. The other two daughters go to high school and study very hard in order to further their education and help their parents.



Oyuntsetseg's business is repairing and welding cars and iron goods. They also produce hand-made iron goods, such as chairs and shelves. With the iron goods, they earn 200,000 tugrug (~141 USD) and by repairing cars they earn approximately 300,000 to 500,000 tugrug (~210 USD - 350 USD) in a month. Since the start if the business, they have gained a great reputation among their customers. There is no one in their area unacquainted with them.



When people say "Huyga's home", everyone knows about whom they are talking. "It is significant to be good at one's occupation," says Oyuntsetseg, and that is true for everyone. They want to expand their business on behalf of their children's future. She is requesting a 3,000,000 tugrug (~2100 USD) loan to maintain and expand her car repair business.



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