Aug 14, 2017
When you live in a remote transborder village, you may not expect to get well-paid work. It seemsthat you have no opportunities and the only way to earn for living – is to move to the capital or abroad. Arapov Bekjan , a resident of transborder Ak-Sai village of Batken district, thought the same until the time he heard about the possibility to get grant resources to start own business about five months ago. Bekjan is 31 years old, owner of a small grocery store. Having an economic background he never worked in this particular field. Bekjan shares that up to this moment he was always satisfied with life, but had a feeling that he must to achieve something more.