A loan of $750 helped to purchase two bulls, which will surely make her family a greater profit.


Armenuhi's story

Armenuhi is 39 years old, and she lives with her large family in the village Dsegh, in Lori region. She is a mother of three children; her elder son is passing his military service in the army, and her other two sons are still school-aged. This peasant family’s livelihood depends on their farming income, in which all of them are engaged and help each other very much. Armenuhi simultaneously works as a milker. She is the only one employed in her family. Her husband is completely occupied with farming and agriculture. The farm has five cows, two calves, 20 chickens and a plot of land; on the half of it she cultivates vegetables and fruit trees, and the other part is used as a hayfield. Armenuhi manages just about everything around her farm; she milks her cows and from that milk makes butter, cheese, curds, and sour cream. She also gathers from her land greens, tomatoes, peppers, carrots, cucumbers and apples of various sorts. All of these, she sells to villagers and to retailers right from her house. Her husband’s duty is to keep the cattle always fed. So he gathers hay from their hayfield for their farm cattle, and provides them with enough hay each day. With great hope, and she plans to make her farm bigger. Armenuhi asks for a loan to purchase two bulls, which will surely make her family a greater profit.



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