A loan of $1,825 helped to purchase inventory.

Battogtoh's story

Battogtoh, 48 years old, lives with his wife and five children in a ger, the Mongolian nomadic tent, in Uvs Province, Mongolia. His oldest daughter, Tsetseggerel, is 20 years old and a university student, while his oldest son, Altangerel, is 22 and helps in his parents' business.

Battogtoh and his wife operate two businesses in their town. In 2001 they started a raw material trading business that sells a variety of materials including sheepskin, wool, and cashmere. In 2005 they purchased 20 hectares of land to plant wheat, a seasonal business not operating in the winter.

Battogtoh is a great businessman and father. He says, “Me and my wife are working hard to purchase a house for my oldest son and to create a bright future for all of my children.” He is now requesting a 2,500,000 tugrug (~ 1830 USD) loan to purchase a large amount of wheat seed for his agriculture business and more wool and cashmere for his raw material trading business.

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