Total loan: $1,050

Los Miranda Rodeo Group

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SAN JUAN RIO COCO, Madriz, Nicaragua / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy compost, fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides, and insecticides, as well as pay for labor.

Los Miranda Rodeo Group's story

Wuilmer is a 32-year-old farmer and a father of one child. He started working in agriculture at a very young age, along with his siblings and his father. Wuilmer recalls that he was 22 at the time. As time passed, he told his father that he wanted to become independent and cultivate his own land so that he could earn an income and build a house of his own. He successfully paid off the loans he requested and earned money to cover his family’s expenses and to set aside some savings, thus managing to become independent.

Wuilmer is now requesting a Kiva loan from FUNDENUSE to buy farming supplies for maintaining his crops. He will take advantage of the fact that this winter has been very good, so he hopes God will allow him a good harvest in order to generate profits and invest in other assets. His next goal is to make improvements to his home.

Wuilmer is a member of the solidarity group “Los Miranda Rodeo” along with Sinecio, Julio, José, Juan, and Praxedes.