A loan of $1,075 helped to buy a machine for processing horsehair.

Tungalag's story

Tungalag B., 51, is married and lives with her husband and three children in the Tuv province of Mongolia. They live in a ger, a Mongolian nomadic housing tent, on a small plot of land that they own.

Her husband is self-employed. Her eldest son is in the army and her second son works for a transportation company, while her youngest, a daughter, attends a local secondary school.

Tungalag began operating her own business in 2000. She makes horsehair ropes and belts, which are used for gers. In the beginning, she sold her products at an outdoor market. Now her business has become more stable and she gets enough custom orders for her products.

She has recently bought some equipment that increased her production. She is a hardworking person. She says, " I would like to get some more necessary tools so that I can increase my job efficiency."

She is requesting a loan of 1,300,000 MNT to buy a machine for processing horsehair for making ropes and belts.

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