A loan of $700 helped to purchase wood for his furniture business.

Tuvdenjargal's story

L. Tuvdenjargal is 44 years old and lives with his wife and two children in Gobi-Altai, Mongolia. They live together in a "ger," which is a yurt or traditional Mongolian nomadic housing tent. His daughters, ages 18 and 14, attend a local secondary school.

Tuvdenjargal makes furniture and other wooden products in his town. He designs and crafts the furniture himself. Tuvdenjargal started his business in 1994 after working as a carpenter for several years. He graduated from college in 1984 as a carpenter and has used his experience to develop a successful business. He produces high quality products and is an experienced craftsman.

Tuvdenjargal is a hardworking businessman and is known for his pleasant personality. He is focused on the future and hopes to continue to improve his business. He says, “I need to save money to support my children's education.” He is requesting a 1,000,000 tugrug ($700 USD) loan to purchase wood for his business.

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