A loan of $1,950 helped to buy a cow, a calf, and animal fodder.


Maro's story

In the region of Gegharkunik, there is a beautiful and sunny village named Ddmashen, and here lives a very kind and lovely woman Maro with her family. Maro is married and she has two sons and a daughter. Her daughter is married and lives separately; her elder son is also married and works with the peacekeeping troops. Her smallest son has recently been discharged from the army and doesn’t work. Maro’s husband is in the Russian Federation for work abroad (he has a specialty in building) and time to time he manages to support his family financially.

Maro graduated from Yerevan Cooperative College, and she has a specialty in accounting. She managed to work for several years, but after getting married, she became fully engaged in farming and agriculture. She has a plot of land and a big farm. Maro mainly cultivates potato and grains. On her farm she has four cows, five bulls, one calf, three sheep, four piglets, and twenty chickens. There is a lot of work on their farm, and Maro’s smallest son helps her very much.

It is Maro’s first loan and she needs 800,000 Armenian Drams to buy a cow, a calf, and animal fodder.



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