A loan of $1,600 helped to repair the enclosed space of his kebab cafe, and buy tables, chairs and tableware to open it for business.


Hrachik's story

Hrachik has been an entrepreneur for over 22 years. He started his business activity by running a butcher shop, but now operates his own kebab cafe in his yard. For this, Hrachik has constructed a few buildings in his yard: the open-air cafe is located on the second floor, with several small gazebos placed around it on the ground. The cafe is located near the Kapan-Kadzharan highway, and so Hrachik's main customers are truck drivers, as well as Kapan's residents. Hrachik would like to use the building's main floor, which is protected from the elements, to serve his customers in wintertime, thereby increasing his family's income. Hrachik has received four loans from Nor Horizon. This time, he is asking for a loan of $1,600 to open the cafe's main floor for business: perform necessary repairs and purchase new tables, chairs, and tableware. Hrachik is 57 years old and he is a professional cook. He is married and has two children: a son and a daughter. Hrachik's wife takes care of the household and helps her husband in the kebab cafe. Their daughter is married and lives with her husband. Hrachik's son works in the police, is married, and has two children. He and his family live together with Hrachik.

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Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer Nikita Avvakumov



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