A loan of $3,450 helped to buy livestock from herders and sell them to Ulaanbaatar residents.


Batbayar's story

Batbayar, 33, lives with his wife and four children in a ger, or traditional Mongolia yurt, in Zavhan province. His older three children go to the local primary school while his youngest son, Huslen, is two and goes to the local kindergarten.

For the last few years Batbayar and his wife have sold livestock and firewood during the summer months. He has past experience in selling livestock. He bought a small truck and plans to transport livestock to Ulaanbaatar before the new year when most households buy large quantities of meat or livestock.

Batbayar is a hardworking, helpful and diligent man who is now applying for a 6,000,000 MNT loan. He will use the money to buy livestock from herders and sell them to Ulaanbaatar residents.



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