A loan of $1,425 helped improve his cow shed and buy fodder in bulk.

Allah Ditta's story

Allah Ditta is a 33-year-old married man living in the area of Lahore, Pakistan. He is a responsible father of three children. All of them go to school, and one son helps him after attending school.

Allah Ditta has owned a dairy farm in his town since 2003. He produces milk from buffaloes two times a day and sells it to the retailers, which is a very tough job for a single person. He has been purchasing fodder in bulk and has been feeding his cattle for months. He has to buy fodder in bulk and build up his cowshed as well. However, due to lack of funds, he is unable to buy fodder and materials for the construction of the cowshed.

He requested a loan from Kiva’s field partner BRAC Pakistan so he can overcome these deficiencies and carry on his dairy farm smoothly.

From the profit amount, he would like to start his own livestock breeding business also, as he has now acquired sufficient experience in this business.

Allah Ditta is very thankful to Kiva and field partner BRAC Pakistan.

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