Total loan: $775

Gloria Alexandra

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Tosagua, Manabí Province, Ecuador / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy small chickens, animal feed, and troughs.

Gloria Alexandra's story

Gloria Alexandra is 39 years old, she is in a free union relationship. She has three children who are 17, 13 and 11 years old, who go to college and school. Her spouse is a cabinetmaker. They live in their own home. They live in Tosagua, it is a productive canton, where people harvest cocoa, coffee, bananas, corn, among others; and livestock, where poultry and pigs are raised. It has well-known gastronomy in the area. Its main dish is the fried and roasted chame.
Gloria Alexandra works in the breeding and sale of chickens. She raises them for three or four months until they are ready for sale. She also takes advantage of the chickens since she prepares tongas (native chicken Ecuadorian food), which she sells beforehand and she makes home deliveries , usually on weekends. The health crisis at the beginning was very bad since she could not sell, but now little by little she is reactivating it in order to continue generating an income. With this new loan she will buy small chickens, feed, and troughs. Her dream is to have a restaurant and for her family to be very healthy.