A loan of $1,250 helped to buy fodder for his pigs to be able to show buyers that his farm pigs are perfectly cared for, rotund, and meaty.


Shamir's story

Shamir lives in the village of Khachardzan, which is in the region of Tavush.

Shamir has a big family and a large farm. He is married, with four children; three daughters and son. They all live in a nice big house with Shamir’s retired grandfather. Shamir’s wife does not work; she takes care of their big family.

For several years Shamir worked as a bricklayer, but now he provides for his family only through the income he earns from farming and agriculture. In his farm he has four cows, eight piglets, 20 chickens, and five beehives. He also has a plot of land which is an orchard, where he has apple, peach, and plum trees.

Shamir sells meat, honey, dairy products, beans, apples, and plums to his neighbors and re-sellers. Near the period of Christmas and New Year, Shamir always perfectly manages to sell pork. This year he hopes he will have a good sale near at the end of the year.

He asks a loan of AMD 500,000 in order to buy a lot of fodder for his pigs so he can show the buyers that his farm pigs are perfectly cared for, rotund, and meaty.



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