A loan of $2,625 helped to buy some bee families, a cow and fodder for his farm animals.


Tigran's story

Tigran lives in the Ddmashen village area of Sevan. He is 54 years old, married and has two sons. Tigran graduated from a technological secondary school, and after that he worked as an electrician for 17 years. After that, he started beekeeping. The past three years he has engaged in animal breeding as well. On his farm, Tigran rears cows, sheep and chickens. Only his wife helps him in his occupation, as Tigran’s sons live in Russia. Tigran sells agricultural produce from his farm. Tigran says beekeeping is the hardest, but at the same time, it's a very profitable business so he emphasizes it. He always produces high quality honey and thanks to that, he has many regular customers. This is Tigran’s fifth loan from Nor Horizon, and he has never delayed his repayments. Now Tigran needs a 1,000,000 Armenian dram loan to buy some bee families, a cow and fodder for his farm animals. This will allow Tigran to develop his farm and thus to increase his family’s income.



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