Total loan: $625

Maria Auxiliadora

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Charapoto, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy small chickens, corn, balanced feed and vaccines.

Maria Auxiliadora's story

Maria Auxiliadora has four children. Her husband is a security guard and they live in their own house in Charapoto. People here work in agriculture and livestock farming which is the main economic activity. Local vegetables are sold in different places and the rice is considered the best in Ecuador.

Maria Auxiliadora raises creole and free-range chickens at her house. She raises them for two to three months until they are ready to sell. Afterwards she sells them by the pound or live to dealers who come to her house.

The health crisis affected her because she was unable to sell but now, little by little, she is reactivitating her business to continue earning an income.

With this new loan she will buy small chickens, corn, balanced feed and vaccines. Her dream is to have a farm and for her family to be very healthy.