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Total loan: $1,500
Santa Rosa de Copan, Copán Department, Honduras / Agriculture
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Amaris Yamileth's loan finished fundraising,
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A loan helped to purchase nutrients and fertilizer, among other items to support her coffee crops.
Amaris Yamileth's story
Amaris is 24 years old. She is a young married woman who does not yet have any children with her husband because she is in school with the goal of graduating as an education professional and becoming a primary school teacher. Her husband, who is also a teacher, works as a teacher in the community school. Upon leaving their different activities they turn their attention towards the fields to carry out the maintenance of their coffee crops. This activity is the largest source of income for their home. They have spent 3 years with their coffee crops which are profitable and sustainable despite the short amount of time they've had them. They complete the necessary process of caring and protecting their crops to avoid contamination by rust and other pests and diseases that could destroy the plantation. Amaris is currently seeking a license only because the opportunity to obtain a stable job is a little difficult. The land that her and her husband work on is their own. It is located 3km from their home which they travel to via motorcycle. Her goals and plans are first to be able to graduate with a license in education together with her husband, and later to be able to increase their coffee crops to 5 blocks to be able to obtain more earnings and to offer a better future to the children that God wishes to provide to them and their home. Today Amaris is seeking economic support to purchase agricultural supplies that will help to keep their crops protected from rust and coffee borer beetles, among other pests.