A loan of $2,725 helped to buy a lot of onions, potatoes and carrots for sale.


Larisa's story

Larisa was born in the village Tokh which is in the region of Hadrut in the Republic of Nagorno Karabakh, but after getting married she moved to Kapan city, where she lives now with her family. She has a daughter and a son. Both of them are married and have children. Larisa’s husband works as a locksmith.

Larisa has had her own business already for five years; she has a small stall where she sells a great range of fruits and vegetables. She buys her stall products from nearby village farmers every week. She sells beans, peppers, carrots, cabbage, tomatoes, and beets; she also sells watermelons, melons, bananas, apples, plums, grapes, oranges and pomegranates. Her stall is very nice one, full of colorful and tasty agricultural products. She has many customers who visit her stall every day and they are well satisfied, both with the products’ quality and the prices as well.

Larisa is asking for a loan of 1,100,000 Armenian drams in order to buy a lot of onions, potatoes and carrots for sale, which are in high demand during the winter period.



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