A loan of $750 helped to buy cattle to resell.

Payzula's story

Payzula, a decent and cheerful man, is really trying to develop his business, but he hasn't gotten any breaks. He is 49 years old, married, and has two children. His wife is a homemaker and he is the family's only breadwinner. The area where he lives is good for raising cattle and he has been doing this for over five years. He keeps his cattle at home and he has a large garden where he grows hay for them. He sells milk to his neighbors and they are very happy with this natural dairy product.

He used to be able to just barely cover all his expenses, but now his children are growing up and they need more and more. His children want to live in the good conditions of a developing world. In order to provide his family with everything they want, Payzula has to work more to earn a larger income. His health allows him to work strenuously for the growth of his business, but he doesn't have the financial means to grow it. This is the reason why he is requesting a loan for 3,500 somoni. He wants to buy cattle to expand his business. He has motivation and many terrific plans for the future. He is a repeat client and he promises to repay the loan on time. He is relying on your kindness.

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