A loan of $1,200 helped to purchase one cow and two calves.


Khanlar's story

Khanlar R. is a 27-year-old farmer with two cows who sells dairy products to traders who, in turn, sell them in a nearby bazaar. He lives in the southern Azerbaijani region of Bilasuvar, where he relocated after fleeing Nagorniy Karabakh during Azerbaijani-Armenian conflict in 1993. He is married and has two children.

Khanlar has been selling dairy products, including milk, butter and yogurt, for five years. He started his business with money his parents saved for him. He began with one calf, which is now a full-grown cow. This cow has produced enough dairy products to allow him to buy a second cow. Khanlar would like to continue to expand his business because dairy products are in high demand all across Azerbaijan -- particularly in Baku, the capital, whose traders come Bilasuvar to purchase dairy products.

To meet his goal, Khanlar has come to us for a loan to buy one milk cow and two calves. He estimates that one cow will cost $700-800, and the calves will cost $200-250 each.



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