A loan of $2,900 helped to buy food products and open a grocery store.


Niyozali's story

Niyozali lives in the Rudaki district and is just getting started as a businessman. He is married and has six children. His four sons are between the ages of 10 and 21, and his two daughters are 8 and 16. His two eldest sons are in Russia: one is working and the other is getting ready to go to university. The rest of the children are still in school. His wife is a homemaker, and he himself worked as a taxi driver up until now. To improve his family's finances, Niyozali decided to start a retail business. He thinks selling grocery products will be profitable and therefore plans to open a shop. Niyozali already has a location for the store and just needs to buy food products. He has asked for a loan to help him do this. His wife and children will help Niyozali with the new business and hope very much for support.

Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer Laura Hendrickson



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