A loan of $450 helped to purchase various types of goods for her grocery store.


Tuya's story

Tuya is a 44-year-old woman and the head of a household that includes her mother and her five children. They live in a Ger in the Govi-Altai province of Mongolia. Her oldest daughter, Bayarjargal, is 23 and works at a private mining company. Her second son, Bayarbayasgalan, is 20 and disabled and stays at home. Her younger three children, Buyanhishig, Sukhbat and Bazarsad, are secondary school students.

Tuya has been running a grocery store business at a rental counter in the local market for years. Unfortunately, business has been temporarily stopped for months because of a lack of working capital. She is now requesting a loan of 600,000 MNT to purchase various types of goods for her grocery store. She is a hardworking, brave, and responsible woman.



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