A loan of $2,300 helped to purchase three cattle, two milking cows and fodder.


Akbar's story

Akbar is a 47-year-old man, married with 3 daughters. Akbar is an IDP (internally displaced person). He breeds cows and cattle, sells milk and milk products, as well as cattle for meat purposes to local butchers. Akbar has 10 years of experience in this field, and the reason which pushed him to start his own business was a very low pension. Akbar usually buys small cattle, raises and fattens them for 5-6 months, and resells them for a more profitable price in the local livestock bazaar. He sells milk and yoghurt to the neighbors. Milk and meat selling brings an income of 400 AZN per month.
Milk and yoghurt, as well as beef and mutton, are very popular products in Azerbaijan. People use meat in everyday national dishes such as pilau and dolma and always use yoghurt sauce. Milk products are considered to be very healthy and are also present in everyday life. This is the only financial income in his family and is not enough to cover the basic needs of his beloved daughters. Akbar applied for a 1800 AZN to purchase three cattle, two milking cows, and fodder. This will be his third loan, and he has a good client history.



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