A loan of $2,325 helped to buy some pigs and calves for his farm and also to buy deficient fodder for his farm animals.


Seyran's story

Seyran is 38 years old. He and his family live in the village of Getahovit, in Tavush Region. Seyran’s family consists of his wife, two small children, his mother, and his sister. Seyran’s mother is a pensioner, his sister is jobless, and his wife is on maternity leave.

Since 2003 Seyran has worked as a rescuer, and he says he likes his work very much, though it is often very dangerous. To supplement this, Seyran and his family engage in animal breeding and land cultivation. With their combined efforts, they have breed two cows, two calves, and 20 chickens, and they grow fruit and vegetables and also fodder.

The dairy products, eggs, fruit, and vegetables they produce are for the family's use, and now Seyran intends to develop his farming and to start to breed pigs as well. Therefore, he needs a 900,000-Armenian-dram loan to buy some pigs and calves for his farm and also to buy deficient fodder for his farm animals.

This is Seyran’s third loan from Nor Horizon, and he always does his repayments in time.



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