A loan of $375 helped to buy another milk-giving cow.


Sarmila's story

Sarmila K. has one son, who is studying in primary school. Her husband Mr. Santosh K. works in his own grocery store. Sarmila K. already owns one cow and she has been selling milk in her area. In Nepal pure, fresh cow’s milk is highly valued for human nutrition. Sarmila K. lives in a growing neighborhood, and in that area the demand for milk is constantly increasing. She carries her milk containers and sells door to door daily in the morning and in the evening. Because of the rising demand for milk, she wants to buy another cow to increase her production. Sarmila K. plans to purchase a jersey cow, which produces more milk than normal cows. So she is asking for a Rs25,000 (US$375) loan to buy a young, milk-giving cow.



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