A loan of $1,225 helped to buy spring season clothes for her stall.


Silva's story

Silva has a specialty of being a nurse, since she graduated Kapan Medical College. For several years, she worked at the polyclinics as a nurse, but she became a widow, and the care of three children (two daughters and a son) was her duty. She decided to establish her business in order to provide for her children properly, with the hope that all the hardships were just temporary, and when her children grew up, they would also become employed and their financial problems would become less. Since 1995 she has been running her clothes trading business in the Kapan city wholesale market in Syunik region. She rents a stall where she sells a great assortment of men's, women's and children's clothes, slippers and underwear. Her stall merchandise she brings from Yerevan wholesale market in a rented car once in a month. In all, she is satisfied with her business income, which helps her to sustain her family's needs. Her two daughters are already married, and her son works now at the military unit and also helps his mother in her business. Silva asks for a loan since she wants to buy spring season clothes for her stall, since they are already in great demand after a long and cold winter, which made people tired of wearing thick and heavy clothes.



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