A loan of $5,000 helped to purchase a van for starting a transportation business.

Rezo's story

Rezo, a 49-year-old married father of a son and two daughters, is a constructor at the local power station earning a monthly income. His wife owns a stall at the local open market, selling a variety of fruits and vegetables. Rezo and his son sometimes help her in the running the business. Rezo’s elder daughter is a university entrant, and the younger goes to the public school. The family lives in a rented house in Akhalkalaki district.

With this start-up loan, Rezo plans to purchase a van to start a transportation business. He will carry and transport various items depending on the needs and requests of his customers. He will also use his van to make fruit and vegetable deliveries. He thinks that the business will be profitable and the family will have a stable income, enabling them to cover everyday costs as well as expand the business in future.

With the support of the start-up program, Rezo will get an opportunity to tackle their financial difficulties and save for the purchase of their own house.

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