A loan of $1,175 helped to purchase a variety of jeans from Ereen, China.

Myangantsetseg's story

Myangantsetseg B., 26, lives with her mother and sibling in Arhangai province, Mongolia. She and her family live together in a ger, the Mongolian traditional nomadic tent.

Myangantsetseg operates a business selling jeans in her town. Initially, between 2006 and 2008, she started selling a variety of clothing that she purchased from Ereen, a Chinese border town. Since 2008, after those first two years, she has been selling only jeans. She operates her business at a rented counter at a shop called Tansag (Luxurious).

Myangantsetseg is a very hardworking person who has been working hard to provide a better life for her sibling and mother. She has used the profits from her business to pay her sibling's tuition fees as well as the tuition for her own Master's degree program. Her mother is a hairdresser and earns between 50,000 and 60,000 MNT per month.

Myangantsetseg is focused on the future and says, “Now, the most important thing to me is to graduate from the Master’s program in which I am studying. In addition, I would like to enlarge my current house for me and my family.”

Myangantsetseg requested a 1,600,000 MNT loan to purchase a variety of jeans from Ereen, China.

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