Update on HernanHernan is 56 years old. He is married and has one dependent child. He lives in his own house together with his wife and child in a community located in the rural part of the agricultural district of Tambogrande. The area does not have basic utility services.
Previously, he requested a loan through Kiva which allowed him to pay a group of workers to help him clear and maintain his grove of lime trees. Thanks to this loan, he was able to achieve his goal and take good advantage of his crop.
Currently, he is still maintaining his lime grove, and he has also set up a grove of mango trees. He also continues to raise sheep, and with these activities, he is consistently able to cover his family's economic needs. His wife also runs a business raising and selling domestic birds, and thus together they are always working hard to get ahead.
Hernan is now requesting a loan of 1200 Peruvian new soles which he plans to use to buy fertilizers to maintain his crops. He would also like to buy feed to fatten up his animals. These steps will allow him to improve his lime production thanks to the fertilizer and compost he will apply to the trees, resulting in a better product to sell.
Hernán is grateful for the help provided to him through his previous loan, and he is thankful in advance for the help provided on this occasion.
Anteriormente había solicitado un crédito a través de Kiva que le sirvió para contratar a un grupo de trabajadores que le ayudarán a realizar labores de limpieza y mantenimiento de su cultivo de Limón. Gracias a ese crédito pudo lograr su objetivo y obtuvo provecho de su cultivo.
Actualmente mantiene instalado su cultivo de limón y también ha instalado adicionalmente el cultivo de mango. Continúa criando ovejas y con estas actividades mantiene siempre la economía de su familia. su esposa también mantiene su negocio de crianza y venta de aves de corral, por lo que juntos siempre se encuentran trabajando arduamente para salir adelante.
El se encuentra solicitando un crédito de 1200 nuevos soles que piensa utilizar en la compra de fertilizantes para brindarle mantenimiento a sus cultivos, adicionalmente desea adquirir alimentos para el engorde de sus animales. Estas acciones permitirán que su producción de limón mejore por la fertilización y abono que se le aplicaran, dándole para la venta de un mejor producto.
Hernán agradece la ayuda brindada en su anterior préstamo y agradece de antemano la ayuda brindada en esta oportunidad.
Previous Loan DetailsHernan is fifty four years old. He lives in the district of Tambogrande in northern Peru. Tambogrande is a semi-tropical zone, just a few hours away from the coastal desert in the province of Piura. It is primarily populated by small farmers and ranchers. Many residents own small fruit plantation... More from Hernan's previous loan »
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