A loan of $1,525 helped to purchase calves.

Nika's story

Nika is 25 years old and is a farmer from the village of Chumlaki in East Georgia. He lives with his family, including his wife and two children. Nika is the only income provider in the family. His wife is a housewife.

Nika grows peaches on the family-owned land and sells the fruit seasonally. He also owns a tractor and rents it at tiling season. The total average monthly income of the family is 350 GEL, which is hardly enough for a four-member family. According to Credo estimations, Nika’s family belongs in the "vulnerable poor" category.

Nika has decided to start an agricultural business. He has requested credit from Kiva so he can buy calves. He will grow calves and sell them in the summer for a higher price. This will provide additional income to the family, and they will be able to improve their living conditions.

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