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Total loan: $1,425
Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, Honduras / Agriculture
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A loan helped to buy farm supplies for her coffee plants.
Dania Suyapa's story
Dania, 35, is in a relationship and has three children. Her oldest child is in secondary school and the two younger children are in primary school. She finished secondary school with a diploma in Science and Humanities. Along with her partner, she works in agriculture. She is also a businesswoman, selling food in a small cafeteria in the community where she lives. Along with her coffee plants, this has allowed her to provide for her children and cover the household's daily expenses. Coffee is a particularly delicate product, and if she does not have the necessary supplies in time, she can lose the entire harvest. Therefore, she has applied for a loan from Comixmul which she will use to buy twelve quintals of fertilizer, twelve quintals of urea, and ten quintals of coffee formula, among other supplies. She will then be able to keep her coffee crops safe and healthy. Her long-term goals are to expand her coffee crops by buying more land, to plant a more competitive variety of coffee, and to make her crops more technical. She would also like to better equip her small business so that she can serve a greater number of clients, bringing in a better income for her family and her household. Her dream is to give her family a better quality of life with her earnings and to offer her children better educational opportunities than she had in her youth. She hopes to be able to send them to university so that they can become productive citizens.