A loan of $1,850 helped to purchase equipment for lifting cars for his auto repair workshop.


Gocha's story

Gocha lives in Abasha District, West Georgia with his wife, Nana, and two sons (12 and 3 years old). Gocha is a car repairer. He has his own workshop, where he provides car repair services to the local population. The average monthly profit of the workshop is 500 Laris. Nana is leading the agricultural business of the family. They have four milk cows. Nana produces and sells 60 kg of traditional Georgian cheese at the local market. The total average monthly income of the family is 950 Laris. Gocha requested a loan for purchasing electronic lifting equipment to lift the cars when necessary. With the assistance of the above-mentioned equipment, Gocha will be able to diversify the services he provides and attract new customers. It will have a positive impact on his family’s living conditions.



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