A loan of $3,825 helped to cover the cost of low-pressure furnace and purchasing the building materials to make insulation to his old house walls.


Surenbaatar's story

Mr. Surenbaatar, 51, has worked as an engineer in a private company for 16 years. He lives with his family in his old and bad house in Kherlen, an eastern city in Mongolia. His house, which was built earlier of 1980’s, has gotten old and uncomfortable to live there. So he decided to make some renovations such as the wall insulation and purchasing a low-pressure furnace to get his house warmer. Also, he believes that it will cut the usage of the harmful and smokey coal usage throughout the whole year. In last several years, air pollution and air quality is one of the biggest issues in most Mongolian households and big cities. The loan he is taking will be used to cover the cost of low-pressure furnace and purchasing the building materials to make insulation to his old house walls.



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