A loan of $3,150 helped to buy flour and coal for organizing a new business.

Roziya's story

Roziya is 65 years old. She is divorced and has two adult children. Her daughter works in the Russian Federation as a labor migrant, and her son works in an automobile repair shop.

She has a very difficult life as her husband left her and married someone else, and he did not provide anything for the children. She has worked in different places and made hand-to-mouth a living. With much difficulty, she raised her children.

Her children are not able to provide for their mother and so Roziya is planning to start a business. To that end, she took the "Bring It On" course organized by the Association of Business Women and received a certificate. Now she may well start her own business and become successful in this field. She wants to organize a business making flatbreads. Flatbreads have great demand among the population and she may well develop a successful business.

With the income, she plans to provide her children with nutritious foods. She is requesting a loan of 15,000 Somoni to buy flour and coal to establish the new business. She is awaiting your kindness.

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Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer JD Bergeron

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