A loan of $2,625 helped to buy eight calves and fodder for his farm animals.

Kamo's story

Kamo was born in 1962 in the village of Tandzaver in the Sunikskiy region. After graduating from secondary school he enrolled in the Kapan college of civil engineering. At this time Kamo works in the Kapan forestry.

Kamo is married and has two children - a son and a daughter. His son is 21 years old and is studying his third year in the Gorisskiy college in the faculty of Law. His daughter is 24 years old, she graduated from the Kapan medical university, got married and now lives in Russia. Kamo's wife works as a librarian.

Kamo has been doing farming for almost 25 years. He owns a plot of land where he grows mainly fruits and vegetables. He also breeds large horned cattle and chickens. Together with his wife he sells the vegetables on the markets of the Sunikskiy region, and the meat, milk and remaining unsold vegetables are bought by his regular customers straight from his home. Thanks to his farming business Kamo has the ability to provide for his family with all necessities and pay for his son's education.

Kamo needs a loan in the amount of 1,000,000 dram to buy eight calves and fodder for the winter. This is the second loan for Kamo which has been provided by the field partner Nor Orizon and he has paid it off without delinquencies.

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Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer Elena Fedorchuk

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