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Total loan: $1,000
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Mahmudova`s Group

Kyrgyzstan
Aravan, Kyrgyzstan / Livestock

A loan of $1,000 helped a member purchase of 2 calves.


Mahmudova`s Group's story

Zehrahon is 40 years old, married. Her husband works as a driver at the cement plant and receives a salary of about 170 dollars. The son is a school student. The client’s retired mother-in-law also lives with Zehrahon and receives a pension of 70 dollars. The client is currently involved in fattening sheep at home and also receives a pension in the sum of 1500 som. Zehrahon started the business with one bull, which she then sold and bought 8 sheep. She plans to use the loan to buy 2 calves for fattening and breeding.

Sodat is 44 years old, married. She has 3 children. The daughter is 22 years old, and the sons are 18 and 13 years old. The daughter helps Sodat with the household, son is involved in fattening livestock, and the youngest son is a school student. Currently, Sodat is involved in agriculture, growing potatoes and preparing soil for sowing cotton. She wants to use the loan to buy mineral fertilizers and cotton seeds.

Momina is 47 years old, married. Her husband is a biology teacher, whose salary is 50 dollars. The client fattens livestock for breeding. She also works as a drafting and arts teacher at a school. She plans to buy sheep and send it off to a pasture.

Zamirahon is 53 years old, married. Her husband provides truck driving service. He uses the Zil 53 vehicle to deliver building materials to set destinations. Currently, Zamirahon is actively involved in selling milk. She also works as a school teacher. She plans to use the loan to buy a calf and send it off to Adyr for fattening.

In this group: Zehrahon, Sodat, Momina, Zamirahon
*not pictured

Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer Anna Sorokina-Hailey


Loan details

Loan length:

10 months
Disbursed date: April 22, 2010
Facilitated by Field Partner: MCC Mol Bulak Finance LLC

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Loan details

Loan length:

10 months
Disbursed date: April 22, 2010
Facilitated by Field Partner: MCC Mol Bulak Finance LLC