A loan of $700 helped to buy wood and iron to make and sell household goods.

Mussojon's story

Mussojon is an ambitious man. He is married and a father of three children. He doesn't have a higher education since the option was not available to him after he finished high school, and he learned from a master how to make household goods out of wood, a business he has been working in for more than eight years. Also he dealt with a car repair business and earns extra money from his business. He has "golden hands" and knows all the intricacies of his craft, and supports his family with his earnings.

Mussojon plans to develop his business to increase profits. He is requesting a loan of 6,000 somoni to purchase wood and galvanized iron to augment his working capital. He awaits your kindness and hopes for your charity.

Mussojon is a returning borrower and has a positive credit history. He is asking for a loan for the sixth time through Kiva’s field partner. He awaits your support.

This loan is special because:

It allows Tajik artisans to support their families and carry on their handicraft traditions.

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