A loan of $2,100 helped to purchase fabrics from India to expand her business.

Dashtsermaa's story

Dashtsermaa G. is 61 years old and lives in Bayankhongor province in central Mongolia. She lives with her youngest son in a traditional Mongolian housing tent called a ger. Her oldest son is 27 and lives on his own and her youngest is 24 and manages a transportation service in the area.

Dashtsermaa operates a jewelery trading business in her town. She imports a variety of jewelry items from India, which are very popular among Mongolian consumers. Dashtsermaa started her business in 2008 after conducting a clothing trading business for several years. She had success selling clothes, however, over the years her profits declined due to other clothing businesses opening in her town. Dashtsermaa has grown her jewelry business steadily over the last year and has many plans for the future. She hopes to soon expand her product line by importing Indian fabrics to sell along with her jewelry. She says, "managing my business succesfully enables me to support my two sons." Dashtsermaa is requesting a 3,000,000 tugrug loan to purchase fabrics from India to sell in her business.

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