A loan of $2,175 helped to build a storage pit for a reserve of harvested vegetables for his family and to sell during winter.


Nanzaddorj's story

Mr. Nanzaddorj is a 54-year-old widower with three daughters and two sons living in a ger (traditional felt housing), in Tosontsengel, Zavhan province, Mongolia. His wife has died last month. He started his business of manufacturing consumer products out of recyclable metals in 2002. He produces stacks, stoves, and metal sinks by using dumped or broken metals and scrap metals. He produces high-quality, low-priced products because inventory of products is a lot cheaper and available everywhere. Customers like his products better than others. In 2010, he also started planting vegetables in a garden and sells during the winter when the price is the highest of the year. He also pays his daughter's university tuition from his profit. He is requesting a 3,000,000 MNT loan to build a storage pit for a reserve of harvested vegetables for his family and to sell during winter. He is a hardworking, talented, and modest man who says that, "I need to work harder than ever to let my children grow healthy, educated and well-prepared for life, since all the responsibilities (are) on me now."



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