Total loan: $3,525

Mañana De Campo Group

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Oficina Matriz, Asunción, Paraguay / Agriculture

Mañana De Campo Group's loan finished fundraising,
but these similar borrowers just need a little more help to reach their goals!

A loan helped to buy eucalyptus trees to reforest 5 and 4.5 hectares of land.

Mañana De Campo Group's story

Albino y Karen belong to the indigenous people Toba QOM in the San Francisco-Cerriteño community. They came to this community 22 years old, and they decided to join the “Mañana de Campo” group.

Albino lives with his parents. He works in a coal mill, and completed fourth grade in school.

Karen lives with her parents, and they are dedicated to artesanal crafts. They are hard working people who generate their income through effort and sacrifice.

Both of them are worried about deforestation in their community as well as the serious problem facing the world due to exploitation. Because of this, they decided to go to Fundacion Paraguaya, since the organization wants to do their part to help with this and to recover green spaces in the community. These young people are looking for a way to help society.

Albino and Karen are requesting this loan to reforest 5 and 4.5 hectares, respectively, with eucalyptus trees. They are thankful for the opportunity they have, which will help them achieve their goals.