A loan of $1,000 helped to buy food products.


Batsuh's story

Batsuh G. is a married father of a fifteen-year-old son and a ten-year-old daughter. Both his children attend elementary school. The family lives in a condo in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. Together with his wife, Batsuh has run a grocery store for the past seven years. Batsuh buys the goods wholesale and his wife, along with one saleswoman, runs the store. They pay $330 per month in rent on the store. Their average daily gross income is $200. About 20 percent of that is profit. They pay their saleswoman $100 a month. Batsuh owns a minibus for transporting goods for his business. Their dream is to one day have their own supermarket. Batsuh is a very open and cheerful person. They are requesting a Kiva loan to buy bread, flour, rice and vegetables.



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