A loan of $2,650 helped to buy two bulls, wax papers and frames for the beehives and also some fodder for the animals.


Nune's story

Nune is 40 years old, and she lives in the village Sevaqar with her husband and three sons. Nune has graduated from Kapan Medical College, and she has learned the skills of a nurse, but she has never worked in the field. It has been nearly 20 years that she and her husband have been engaged in farming and agriculture. They own a very nice, cute house and a plot of land, where they cultivate tomatoes, beans, cucumbers and greens. They have an animal barn, where they keep two pigs and five piglets. They also have 60 beehives.

All around their farm, they work together with love and joy. They have a lot to do, but they say that together, they overcome any hard work so any achievement comes to be a kind of reward for their efforts and hard work.

Nune and her husband want to enlarge their farm with cattle, so they asked for a loan of 1,100,000 Armenian drams for the purchase of two bulls, wax papers and frames for their beehives and also some animal fodder for the winter months.



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