A loan of $750 helped to purchase more foodstuffs and household goods to sell in his shop.


Robert's story

Robert is a 51-year-old widower who lives with his son and daughter in Vanadzor, Armenia. Both of Robert’s children are students at the State Armenian Pedagogical University. Robert graduated from there, too, and worked as teacher for more than nine years. Robert had to change his occupation due to low teacher pay since he is the only bread winner.

Robert has run his own business for ten years, selling foodstuffs and household goods trading in a rented place. He obtains a part of his merchandise from suppliers and another part he buys from Yerevan wholesale markets.

With the profit Robert earns from his business, he cares for his family’s needs and pays his children’s tuition fees. Robert believes that the main contribution for any Armenian parent is for their children’s education. He does his best to provide a good future for his children.

To increase his income, Robert needs a 300,000 AMD loan to add to his foodstuffs and household goods inventory.



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