A loan of $4,050 helped to pay for repairs to his house and furnace to reduce his usage of fuel.

Batchuluun's story

Mr. Batchuluun, 52, is one of the skillful drivers of Mongolia. Since 2008, he has been operating a taxi business and before that, he worked as a driver in the state organization. Currently he lives with his wife and his 2 children in his house in the ger district: Mongolian traditional yurts and cheap houses on the boundary of Ulaanbaatar, which is the capital city of Mongolia.

Batchuluun is a kind of preservationist man and he always cares about the environment. This time he is requesting a loan to repair the inside of his house and his low-pressure furnace in order to cut heat loss and emissions. He really worries that he uses too much coal and wood just to get his house warm inside. He has decided to cut his usage of fuel.

With this loan, he will make wall insulation and renovate the wall borders. He believes his house will be warmer and more comfortable after the repairs. The loan he is taking will be dedicated to pay for his house and furnace repairs to reduce his home's usage of fuels. In addition, he will plant woods in his backyard unless his expenses meet his loan amount.

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