A loan of $2,575 helped to buy five sheep and one milking cow.


Saybali's story

Saybali is a 49-year-old married father of four children. He is an IDP (Internally Displaced Person) who lives and works in an IDP settlement. His business is sheep breeding, a profitable and stable enterprise he has had for eleven years. Saybali buys lambs, raising and fattening them in four to five months, and then resells them for a profit in the local livestock bazaar. His monthly income is 180 AZN.

People use meat in everyday national dishes such as pilau and dolma, and always use yoghurt. Mutton is considered very healthy and enjoyed in everyday life. Fur is very useful for blankets and bed mattresses made by local women.

Saybali would like to increase his herd and so is requesting a loan of 2000 AZN to buy five sheep and one milking cow. This will be his second loan, and he has a good client history. In his previous loan, he didn't have a delinquency.



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