A loan of $4,100 helped to start up a grocery store.


Gocha's story

Gocha, 50, is married and lives with his wife and two underaged children in the Ozurgeti district. Gocha runs his own trading business in his district. Specifically, he owns a store in the fair market where secondhand clothing and shoes are sold. Gocha also has a grocery store in the neighboring village and sells various groceries. He has been in the trading business for ten years and is very skillful in this field. He works hard all day long and his projects are profitable, which is why he’s decided to start another grocery store in his district, near the open market. The location is great, as it is always crowded, and according Gocha’s estimates it will be lucrative.

With a loan of 4,100 USD Gocha will purchase a stock of basic groceries to start a store. He will hire the salesperson and generate additional income for his family's well-being. With determination and his loan, he expects to improve his income and give his family members what they need.



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