A loan of $650 helped to purchase a large amount of meat.


Tsevelmaa's story

Tsevelmaa is a recent widow who lives with her five children, ages 1 to 24, in the Bayanhongor province of Mongolia. She and five of her children live together in a ger, a traditional Mongolian nomadic tent. Her older daughter, Shurenchimeg, works as a servant with a monthly salary of 140,000 MNT for the local university and her younger son, Amarjargal, attends a primary school. Tsevelmaa with her daughter helps operates a meat trading business and her daughter Uranchimeg sometimes setting in her stall and selling meat in local market. Also Tsevelmaa works as a welder, which is a before was work her husband. She provides a variety of welding service and earns monthly revenue of 80,000 MNT. She started her own business in 2006 by selling a variety of meat. Her husband, who passed away in 2008, had been working as a welder for his entire life. In the future, she plans to continue operating her meat selling business with a stable operation for several years and afford to build a house in her fence. She is requesting an 800,000 MNT loan in order to purchase a large amount of meat to sell as a retailer.



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