A loan of $325 helped to produce Churchkhela (Georgian candy) to sell.

Naira's story

Naira, age 63, is from the village of Sakobo, Kakheti region. She is widowed and lives alone. Naira earns a living through working in the local farmers fields as a hired worker, and her income is modest and unstable. In order to generate more income, Naira decided to produce Churchkhela (Traditional Georgian sausage-shaped candies, produced with grape must, flour, and threaded nuts onto a string) to sell. But she doesn't have grape, the main ingredient for it.

With the received credit, Naira will purchase grapes, squeeze them, and produce grape juice. She will make Churchkhela and sell the candies for a good price. Churchkhela is one of the main dishes for the New Year’s table, and it’s possible to keep it for several months.

Naira’s products will have high quality, and after selling them, Naira will get good profit.

She awaits your support.

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