A loan of $2,800 helped to start her bakery and purchase food products for her cafe.


Myagmar's story

Myagmar A. is a 36-year-old single mother who lives with her three children in Bayanhongor province in central Mongolia. She and her three children live together in a ger, a traditional Mongolian nomadic tent. Her oldest two children attend a local secondary school and her youngest is in kindergarten.

A. operates a small cafe in her town, specializing in a variety of traditional Mongolian meals. Her most popular menu items include huushuur, a fried flour pocket filled with meat; buuz, steamed meat dumplings; and lapsha, a soup with meat and noodles.

A. started her business in 2000 by cooking meals at her home and delivering them to her customers at local businesses and the market. After years of successful operations, her earnings enabled her to open a cafe in a small three-room building. She is now thinking about expanding further and hopes to soon open a small bakery beside her cafe.

A. is requesting a 4,000,000 tugrug loan to purchase equipment and supplies to start her bakery and food products for her cafe.



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