A loan of $2,675 helped to buy ten more sheep and animal fodder.

Tutel's story

Tutel is 47 years old and lives in the village of Ddmashen in Gegharkunik region. He is a very artistic person and he perfectly recites poems and sings very nicely. Tutel has no higher education. For several years he worked as a cook and until now he has cooked very tasty dishes for his family. Then he worked as a driver and now he works as a driver-distributer for the food market. Tutel is married and has a so, who is passing his military service in the army, and a daughter who is already married and lives with her family. Tutel’s wife is unemployed and helps her husband in taking care of their farm cattle and land cultivation. On their large farm they have four cows, three heifers, three calves, three piglets, ten sheep and thirty chickens. The care of these animals demands great efforts and a lot of time, so they hardly manage to overcome that together, but as Tutel says once he decided to become a farmer, he must have a rich and profitable farm. On his land he cultivates potatoes, tomatoes and cucumbers to sell.

Despite so much hardship with so many farm animals, Tutel wants to make his farm bigger and he is asking for a loan of 1,100,000 Armenian drams to buy ten more sheep and animal fodder.

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