A loan of $2,450 helped to buy three calves, animal fodder and some hay in order to enlarge his farm.

Norayr's story

Norayr lives in the village of Kavart, which is in the Syunik region of Armenia. He studied at the Kapan Mountain-Metallurgical College, but since he got married very early he became engaged in farming and agriculture. Norayr has five children; three sons and two daughters. His elder son specializes as a of geologist and one of his daughters is a midwife. His other children are still school-aged. His wife does not work and she helps her husband in their farming activities.

On their farm they breed two cows, two piglets, ten chickens and thirty-six beehives. They cultivate some vegetables for their own use. Norayr is also very well known in his village, because of his pure and tasty honey that he sells.

Norayr has some plans of enlarging his cattle farm and he asks for a loan of 1,000,000 Armenian drams to buy three calves, animal fodder and some hay.

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