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Total loan: $2,000

Kevin Alexander

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Tulcán, Carchi Province, Ecuador / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy pigs, compound feed, whey and potatoes.

Kevin Alexander's story

Kevin is a country man who is single, and he describes himself as playful and charismatic. He lives with his mother and his siblings in a very poor area of the community.

Since he was very young he went to work with his father during his vacations from school. When he finished his secondary studies he went out to work in the fields as a laborer to help to support his mother, who did not have the resources to provide him with a higher education.

Kevin has also worked cultivating the land and raising small animals like pigs and chickens, which has allowed him to generate a better income to sustain the household necessities.

Kevin wants to increase his animals, so he needs to take good care of them and keep them healthy. He lacks the working capital to buy pigs, compound feed, whey and potatoes for feed. With this he hopes to increase his profits so that he can continue to help his mother.