A loan of $2,500 helped to buy a large lot of fodder for his farm animals.


Suren's story

Suren is 58 years old and he lives in Tsovagyugh village, an area of Sevan. Suren is married and he has two children: a daughter and a son. His son lives in Russia and his daughter, who is a translator, is jobless as she can’t find a job in their village.

Suren has graduated from Yerevan road-building technical training school and for 19 years, he worked at the Road-building Department as a master.
Since 1998, Suren and his wife have been engaged in farming. They breed cows, sheep, pigs and chickens. Part of the agricultural production they use for their family use and the other part they sell to dairy factory and the butcher’s shops and thus support their family.

This is Suren’s second loan from Nor Horizon and now he needs a $2,500 loan to buy a large lot of fodder for his farm animals.



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