A loan of $2,550 helped to purchase six sheep, one cow, and fodder.

Seymur's story

Seymur is a 33-year-old man and married with two children. He is an Internally Displaced Person and lives with his family in the Bilasuvar IDP Settlement. He breeds sheep and cattle, and sells milk products and meat. Seymur has more than four years of experience in this field, thanks to his father who taught him the best way to look after cattle.

Seymur usually buys lambs, raises and fattens them within three to six months, and then resells them for a more profitable price at the local livestock bazaar. He sells the milk and yogurt to his neighbors. Selling milk and meat brings in 150 AZN income per month. Milk and yogurt are very popular products in Azerbaijan, as are beef and mutton. People use meat in everyday national dishes, such as pilau and dolma, and they always use yogurt. Milk products are considered very healthy, and they are present in everyday life.

There is only one income in Seymur's family and it is not enough to cover the basic needs of his beloved children. Seymur applied for a loan of 2,000 AZN to purchase six sheep, one cow, and fodder.

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