A loan of $1,700 helped to buy two more piglets and animal fodder.

Martik's story

Martik is 52 years old, and he lives in the village Achajur, in Tavush region. Martik has no higher education, and since his young age he has been engaged in farming and agriculture. Martik is married, and he has a big family. One of his two sons is married, and his family lives with Martik.

Martik says that during a year they are mainly busy with farming, but sometimes, because they lack money and have a lot of unsolved financial problems, he and his younger son travel to Russian Federation. There, they do some construction work, in order to make their family income a little bit bigger. Their farm is not big; they have two cows, two calves, two piglets and twenty chickens. From their plot of land they gather hay for their farm cattle. They also cultivate vegetables, which they use for their own meals.

Martik greatly wants to make his farm bigger, and he asks a loan of 700,000 Armenian drams. He will use this amount to buy two more piglets and animal fodder.

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