A loan of $1,900 helped purchase livestock.

Bek's story

Bek is a cheerful and hardworking man. He is married and has three children. They are a very close family, living in a rural area. In order to earn money for the family, everyone tries to do what they can to earn an income. Bek himself is a truck driver, and he has his own truck for this work. The job doesn't earn him a great income, but he also earns money from his own business. For several years Bek has been raising livestock. It is his principal and most stable business. He raises and sells animals, and his wife helps with the work by caring for the livestock, and also selling milk from the animals. Bek's two sons are working in construction in Russia, and they send money home. But since raising livestock earns a good and stable income, Bek wants to expand the business. He needs to buy a few more head to raise and later sell. To do this Bek contacted Arvand, and would like a loan to purchase animals. He hopes that the business will develop successfully and bring big profits to improve his family's standard of living. Bek thanks Arvand for its support in advance.

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Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer Anna Hazen

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