Update on Eduardo AntonioEduardo has decided to request a new loan because he will begin planting basic grains and needs to buy the main supplies, such as fertilizers and herbicides. He will also hire workers.
He used the previous loan to increase production, and was able to use the income to cover household expenses. His family is in good health and has a stable income.
Con el préstamo anterior él considera que la producción aumento y sus ingresos le han servido para invertir en los gastos del hogar, toda su familia goza de buena salud y están estables.
Previous Loan DetailsEduardo needs investment money for farming. For this reason, he is requesting a loan so that he can purchase six sacks of compost and insecticides for his crops. With these supplies, he expects to achieve a better harvest by preventing diseases and pests.
Eduardo says that his previous ... More from Eduardo Antonio's previous loan »
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