A loan of $975 helped to buy eight piglets and animal fodder in order to enlarge his swine breeding operation and to receive a good profit.


Anyak's story

Anyak and his family live in the village of Tsavi which is in the Sunik region. Anyak is locksmith and a tractor-driver. He has worked as a tractor-driver in his native village for many years. He is married and has two daughters, who are also married and live separately. He also has a son, who together with his father. is engaged in farming activities.

Both Anyak and his son also work at their local forest preserve as inspectors.

Father and son manage farming very well and with pleasure. On the farm they have a cow, a calf, four piglets and ten chickens. Their monthly income that they receive from the sale of farm products covers their basic needs and farm expenses, but it is not sufficient to grow his farm and increase the profit. So Kiva lenders are his only hope. Anyuk asks for a loan in order to buy eight piglets and the animal fodder to feed them. This purchase, he thinks, will give him a chance to sell a lot of pork to Kapan butchers and to earn a good profit from it.



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