A loan of $2,225 helped to enlarge his farming business and to buy a cow and animal fodder.


Kamo's story

Kamo is 51 years old and lives with his family in the village of Khachardzan which is in the Tavush region. He used to live in Baku, but after being back to his homeland, he got married and built a very nice and comfortable house. Since then he has been engaged in farming and agriculture, in which his whole family helps him very much. Kamo has two sons and two daughters. Both his sons are grown up and they work, and his daughters are still school-aged. Kamo’s wife works at the school as a teacher.
At his farm Kamo breeds four cows, two bulls, three calves, twenty chickens and ten beehives. He sells a lot of milk, and also some cheese that his wife makes. He also cultivates vegetables for his large family’s needs, but not for sale.
Kamo has decided to enlarge his farming business and to buy a cow and animal fodder. He needs 900,000 Armenian drams to realize his plans.



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