A loan of $2,450 helped to purchase 10 young buffaloes.

Tsutsa's story

Tsutsa is 32 years old. She is from Samtredia district of West Georgia. She lives with her husband and two children (4 and 8 years old). The elder child goes to the local school. Tsutsa’s husband works as a hammer-smith in his iron shop and gets a monthly income.

Tsutsa runs an animal husbandry business. She has four milk cows, two calves, and a pig, and she sells 10 to 12 piglets per year. She milks the cows and produces cheese products. The family sells on average 80 kg of cheese per month. They also have a plot of land where maize is grown. In addition, Tsutsa is involved in market-gardening and sows different kinds of vegetables in family-owned land.

She requested a loan to purchase 10 young buffaloes and expand the cattle shed. The loan will help her to provide for their needs. She will raise them and expand her dairy farm. This will significantly increase the income of the family.

With the increased income, Tsutsa plans to renovate her house, which is damaged. She awaits your support.

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