A loan of $1,600 helped to purchase sheep and goat skins.

Hishgee's story

Hishgee S. is a 59-year-old who lives with her husband and one son in the Hovd province of Mongolia. She and her family live together in a "ger," a traditional Mongolian nomadic tent. Her youngest son attends university in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia's capital city. All of her other children currently live on their own, apart from their parents.

Hishgee operates a raw material business in her town where she sells sheep and goat skins. Her husband, Dambii, operates a small shop next to his home. In addition, he also plants and grows a variety of vegetables in his yard to sell at a local market for profits.

Hishgee started her own business by selling a variety of meat in 2005 and the last few years, she has been running her current business. She and her husband work hard to be able to provide a new house for their youngest son.

Hishgee is a very hardworking old woman and is requesting a 2,100,000 Mongolian tugriks loan so that she can not only purchase sheep and goat skins at a wholesale price for resale, but also buy inventory for their small shop.

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