Total loan: $1,250


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Urumba-Tabaconas, , Peru / Agriculture

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A loan helped to build brick and cement pens for raising and growing pigs and buying pigs of better breed.

Lili's story

Lili lives in the hamlet of Urumba Alto, in the District of Tabaconas, Province of San Ignacio, Peru. Lili is 29 years old, and is the mother of four children. She makes a living raising pigs in an artisanal way, to later sell them in the local market. She also has a parcel of coffee land where she cultivates with her husband.

Lili is a recurring member of La Coopac Norandino. In this opportunity the loan will help her to improve her infrastructure, construction of pens made of brick and cement in order to raise pigs, and in this way purchase of young pigs to raise and grow in order to in this way sell at better prices in the local market. The dream of this family mother is to have a small farm of pigs in order to in this way have better income and give her children a superior education.