Total loan: $700
Sensuntepeque, Cabañas Department, El Salvador / Agriculture
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A loan helped to buy concentrated feed and some materials that she needs for her chickens, such as vaccinating them, and to repair the chicken coop to protect the chickens from rain.
Claudia Claribel's story
Claudia, who is 25 years old, went to school through eighth grade. She is married, and her husband lives in the United States. She lives with her two little children, a girl of 6 and a boy of 2, and her 18-year-old brother. Claudia has a little business of raising chickens to fatten. She has been doing this for six months, and up to now it has generated good income for her. She learned this work because she worked with a neighbor who did the same thing, and she noticed that it was profitable. In the past she only worked as an assistant. The loan that she is applying for is to buy concentrated feed and some materials that she needs for her chickens, such as vaccinating them, and she wants to repair the chicken coop to protect her chickens from the rain. For her, the loan will improve her business and their quality of life, since she cares for her family at the same time that she manages to sustain the household expenses and help her brother and her two children in their schooling.