A loan of $2,125 helped to buy an audio recorder and karaoke machine for her new business.

Maysara's story

Maysara is 39 years old and a very diligent and goal-oriented woman. She is divorced and has five children. She divorced 12 years ago and since then she has been fending for her five children alone. With an aim to finding suitable work, several years ago she left for the Russian Federation. There she worked and sent money home to her children. Her children missed her very much and asked her to come home, because they didn't have anyone besides her.

Maysara returned to her homeland and started to look for work since caring for five children takes a lot of money. She learned from her neighbors about a course called "Attain Success," which is put on by the Association of Business Women and teaches women how to start their own businesses. Maysara went through this training and got her graduation certificate. She has owned her own business for six months now. She owns a cafe. Now, she wants to develop her business by installing an audio recorder and karaoke machine to attract more customers. Using her profits, Maysara plans to provide her children with good educations and calorie-rich foods.

She is requesting a loan of 10,000 somoni (TJS) for the purchase for an audio recorder and karaoke machine in order to develop her new business. She is relying on your kindness.

Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer

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