A loan of $2,125 helped to start a bakery and bake Georgian bread.

Mevludi's story

Mevludi is applying for a loan to start up a bakery in his village and bake traditional Georgian bread: shoti. He is a 55-year-old farmer and cultivates a plot of land where maize is grown. He works hard the whole year to generate income for his family members: his wife, grown son, daughter-in-law, two grandchildren, and a retired mother.

Mevludi's wife is a consultant at the local farmers' center and his son is employed by the emergency center in return for small monthly salaries. The family incomes are modest and that is the reason why Mevludi decided to start this business. He estimates his business will be lucrative as there is high demand for bread in his village.

Mevludi is happy for this startup loan that is offered to poor people for improving their living conditions in future.

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