A loan of $3,100 helped to buy basic groceries and start store.


Murtaz's story

Murtaz, 50, lives with his wife and 18-year-old daughter in the village of Konchkati. The source of income for the family is small-sized agricultural business. Specifically, they grow citrus, nuts and maize on the family-owned piece of land and sell the harvest seasonally. Besides, Murtaz breeds two milk cows and one calf. In the grazing season, when cows milk well, Murtaz’s wife makes cheese for selling as well as family consumption.
In order to generate monthly income on his own, Murtaz decided to start up a grocery store near his house, but he found he didn’t have enough money to do so. With a loan of 3,100 USD, Murtaz will purchase stock of basic groceries to start a store. He owns commercial space and all the needed inventories, and Murtaz will save the rental costs. He and his daughter will work as salespersons and serve the clients in a friendly way. Murtaz is a very determined man and hopes his project will be lucrative. He awaits your generosity.



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