A loan of $1,050 helped a member to buy a calf, sheep, cotton seeds and fertilizer, and fuel.


Botoyarova Halis`s Group's story

Halis, 40, is married. Her husband is an auto mechanic making about $120 a month. Halis has 4 children: two daughters (25 and 23) and two sons (20 and 16). The family's business, a cattle farm, is run mainly by Halis's son. Halis works as a cleaning lady at a local school. This loan Halis will use to purchase a calf for the family farm.

Mukadashon, 37, is a mother of four: a thirteen years old daughter and three sons (10, 8, and 2). Mukadashon sells dairy products and works as a wage worker. Mukadashon started her business 4 years ago with the money from her savings and her children's public assistance. Then, she purchased a sheep, which Mukadashon later resold at a profit and purchased a cow. This loan Mukadashon will use to purchase a sheep to resell it with a profit later.

Muhayyohon, 39, is married. Her husband is a builder. Muhayyohon makes about $4 a day as a wage worker. In addition to that, Muhayyohon raises cattle. She will use this loan to purchase sheep.

Gulchehra is 38. Her husband is a migrant worker in Russia. Gulchehra has 3 children--all of them of school age. Gulchehra has been growing potatoes and plans to grow cotton. She will use this loan to purchase cotton seeds and mineral fertilizer.

Mukaddamhon, just like the other members of this group of borrowers, is a farmer. She now prepares her land to grow cotton. She needs this loan to purchase fuel.

In this group: Halis, Mukadashon, Muhayyohon, Gulchehra, Mukaddamhon

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Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer Aleksandr Zhuk


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