A loan of $850 helped buy some young livestock to set up a livestock-farming business.

Chori's story

44-year-old Chori is from a village in the Shahrituz region of Tajikistan, and would like to start his own livestock-farming business, buying young animals and fattening them for resale. He lacks the money to go forward with his plans at present, but would be able to improve both his living conditions and financial situation if he had the capital to get his business up and running. It's for this reason that he's seeking your help; he is requesting a loan to buy some young livestock to start his business with. He plays on buying livestock from a market called "Iskra" ("Spark"), and is counting on your help.

Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer Ian Hamel

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