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Ganhuyag Tuya is 22 and the married father of one. His family lives on the plot of land he owns in Arhanghay, one of the Mongolian central provinces. Together with his brother, he runs a fabric business at the local market. He goes to Ereen, a Chinese border city to buy fabric at wholesale prices. Many Mongolians buy goods in Ereen for resale. While he goes to Ereen, his brother works at the stall as a salesman. Ganhuyag’s wife Narantsetseg stays at home to take care of her infant. Ganhuyag says, “I’m saving money to have my own vehicle”. Thanks to his humble and hard working personality, his business has done very well. He requests a loan to purchase more fabric to increase his business inventory.
The reason I give money to Kiva to help people all over the world in disadvantaged places is so we can give someone an opportunity to start a small business so they can care for their family and become self-sufficient.
I’d like for you to meet all the people we have helped through the GetOutOfDebt.org site. Click here.
My goal is to increase site traffic and revenue by a sufficient amount that I could sponsor one person a day. That would be awesome! If you want to work together to help achieve that goal, join my lending team and together we can make a profound difference.
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