Total loan: $500

Ingris Nohemi

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Jiquilisco, Usulután Department, El Salvador / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy a calf and fertilizer for corn, so with the earnings she can continue to pay her daughter's school fees.

Ingris Nohemi's story

Ingris, 27, attended school until the seventh grade. She met her husband when she was 15, and they has a 12-year-old daughter who attends school. Her husband works in agriculture.
Ingris has worked in agriculture for 12 years, growing corn and squash. She also has a business selling tamales, and raising livestock. The need to help her husband out with the household expenses compelled her to work in these areas. To go to her fields she rides a bicycle and she sells tamales door-to-door twice a week.

She will use the loan to buy a calf and fertilizer for corn, so she can use the earnings to continue paying for her daughter's school fees.

Ingris dreams of having a butcher shop, renovating her home, and making sure her daughter completes her education.