A loan of $1,500 helped to pay for chickens and special forage for them, and to cover fuel costs.

Martiros's story

Martiros had to take care of and bring up his son alone, by working hard and through the many problems that can emerge in an agricultural business. Martiros owns a small farm, which includes chickens, pigs and piglets. He also cultivates greens for feeding the animals and grows apricot and cheery trees. Martiros lives together with his mother, sister and 33-year-old son. All family members help Martiros with farming activities. His mother gives important advice on how cultivate fruits and vegetables and his son sells the gathered harvest locally.

Martiros also works at local aviculture company, but his main income comes from agriculture. Now he is asking a loan to purchase chickens and special forage for feeding them. This will increase his monthly income and will help him to cover daily costs. Additional money from the loan will be used for purchasing fuel for transporting harvest to the market.

This family is very hard working and has great plans for their farm. So this loan will be a good step for reaching their goals. They anticipate your support.

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