A loan of $300 helped to buy a second cow to produce milk to sell.

Goma's story

Goma K. is married and has two children -- a daughter who is in the eighth grade and a son in the seventh. Her husband, Mr. Manohari, works at a factory in a nearby industrial area.

Goma K. owns one cow and and makes a living selling milk in her area. In Nepal pure, fresh cow’s milk is highly valued as a beverage and for its contribution to health. She carries her milk around with her in containers and sells it door to door every morning and every evening.

Goma K. lives in a growing neighborhood in which demand for milk is constantly increasing. To help meet this demand, she would like to buy another cow to increase her production. She plans to purchase a jersey cow, which produces more milk than most cows, and has applied for a $300 loan to fund the purchase.

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