A loan of $500 helped to buy some animal fodder for the winter season.

Kaghtsrik's story

This young woman with the so nice name of Kaghtsrik (it means 'Sweety'), lives in the small village of Tsovazard, which is in the Gegharkunik region. She is 28 years old and married. Her family is big -- she lives with her mother-in-law and father-in–law (who is a stockbreeder in their village), three little children, and her husband, who at this moment, is in the Russian Federation for work abroad.

Kaghtsrik has graduated from Gavar Pedagogical College and she also has passed courses as a hairdresser, but now she is engaged in farming and agriculture in which her mother-in-law helps her very much. Kaghtsrik’s farm is very small one, but she seriously and properly takes care of it, despite being so gracile. She has two cows, two calves, and 13 sheep.

This is Kaghtsrik’s first loan that she seeks from Kiva lenders, in an amount of AMD 200,000 (Armenian drams), to buy some animal fodder for the winter season.

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