A loan of $3,000 helped to buy in-season men's clothing to restart his business.

Muzafar's story

Muzafar is a 30-year-old married man who lives with his family in the city of Vakhdat. Not long ago he returned to Russia, where he worked as a migrant laborer for a year. Before his departure, Muzafar gave his trading business to his brother so he would continue the family business in Muzafar's absence. But when Muzafar returned home, he found out that his brother had gone bankrupt and the whole business had burned down. Now he wants to start the business back up again. He has already lived the hard life of a migrant worker and he doesn't plan to leave his home again. Muzafar has a trading stall in the market from his last business, and he has savings in the amount of 3,000 TJS from his earnings in Russia. He has asked for a loan so he can buy his goods. He plans to sell men's clothing again. With the loan and his savings, he wants to buy an assortment of men's t-shirts and pants and get to work. He is in need of support.

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Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer Devin Connolly

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