A loan of $1,000 helped adding new types of goods.

Mavjuda's story

This young woman, after graduating from school, could not find a job and had to go to the market for trade. First she helped her mother, who also traded in the district market. But as she had her own family, she decided to go into business independently. She has one child.

At first she sold only children's boots. It did not bring much profit, but it covered part of the family expenses. Having received her first loan from “MicroInvest” last year, she saw the possibility of expanding her assortment of goods. During the loan period, she increased the number of goods twice, improved the quality of goods and started to sell more expensive children's clothes. Nowadays she rents a place in the market, but she wants to have a larger place and expand her trade by adding woman clothes. For that purpose she needs $1000.

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