A loan of $2,350 helped to buy a dairy cow and sheep.


Sine's story

Sine is in her early 60s and for 15 years she has been selling fresh agricultural produce. “There is nothing else that we can do here on top of the mountain and we know nothing better either,” said Sine laughing.

I, the writer, found it cute that even though she had no animals when she was interviewed, she still wanted to get a picture inside the stable that she had prepared prior to the arrival of the animals. “This is for good luck,” she said, keeping her smile on.

“I want to buy dairy cows and sheep because I find these two ones easy to manage, because they are slow at walking. But goats run very fast; I can’t run after them because I am old now. I don’t want to injure myself at this age,” Sine added, laughing again.



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