Update on AdelinaAdelina raises cattle. She has requested another loan, this time to strengthen her business and buy four calves to care for and then re-sell after six months. The cost of each calf is approximately $250.00. She expects the loan to cover the greatest part of the investment.
She notes that the previous loan was very helpful because she bought the land where she now lives and was able to get by with her other expenses.
Manifiesta que el crédito anterior, resulto ser de mucha ayuda, por que compro un terreno donde actualmente vive y que todas las demás condiciones se mantienen.
Previous Loan DetailsAdelina lives with her three children, ages 14, 11, and 9. She’s been buying and selling livestock for five years because of the need to care for her children. She does this every day. She will use the money from this loan to help buy some land, which will help her have a building in her nam... More from Adelina's previous loan »
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