A loan of $775 helped to cover the cost of a button-machine to ease his tailoring jobs.


Sukhbat's story

Mr. Sukhbat, 31, makes work clothes in his tailoring shop. He lives with his wife and his 2 children in the slum district in Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia. He has been running his shop for 5 years nonstop, and before that he used to work as a sewer in other tailoring companies.

At first he started his business alone with just 2 sewing machines and some other old equipment, but now his tailoring shop has 4 employees who are hired workers. Sukhbat always wants to expand and improve his business day by day.

At this time he wants to purchase new equipment for his shop, such as a button-machine. He thinks it will ease their jobs and their output will be notably increased. Therefore, he will use his loan to cover the cost of a button-machine to ease his tailoring jobs.



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