A loan of $2,175 helped to buy four calves and a lot of animal fodder.

Roman's story

Roman and his family live in the village of Karmirgyugh, which is in the Gavar area. Roman’s father is in the Russian Federation in an abroad job. He is a builder, and from time to time he shares his family's bills in Armenia. Roman lives with his mother, who does not work but helps her son around their farm. In his farm, Roman has at present five cows, nine bulls, five calves, and seven sheep.

The income from selling the farm's products (wool from the sheep, meat, milk, butter and cheese) hardly covers the expenses of Roman's family. He needs some financing, in order to overcome some challenges and difficulties of his life and farming occupation. Roman wants to buy four calves and a lot of animal fodder, and he asks a loan of 900,000 Armenian drams from Kiva lenders. He hopes very much that he will be supported by them.

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