Total loan: $1,550
Santo Tomás - Cutervo - Cajamarca, Cajamarca, Peru / Agriculture
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A loan helped to maintain two hectares of coffee in production.
Neiser Ronald's story
Neiser Ronald, 30, shares a stable home with his spouse and two children, ages seven and four. He lives in his own one-story house made of rustic materials. He has lived in the village for six years, and his spouse is a native of El Roble village where they currently reside. He lives in harmony with his family and in fellowship with the members of his village. He resides is the urban part of El Roble village, in the Santo Tomas district, a small community primarily engaged in farming and raising livestock, and where the homes have water and electricity services. Neiser Ronald is engaged in coffee cultivation, and has two hectares of the Catimor variety of coffee to date. His plantation is three years old as everyone in the area has new plantations. Neiser Ronald’s coffee is in its first year of production and in 2015, it will be in its second year of production. This parcel of coffee is situated on his own three hectares of farmland. He has been engaged in this activity for three years, in El Roble village, Santo Tomas district. He has experience in cultivating coffee, and sells his product to buyers in the Santo Tomas district. In addition, Neiser Ronald is engaged in raising cattle, and has six cows of his own to date. He also cultivates grain products, and all this is done on his own land in the El Roble village in Santo Tomas. The purpose of the loan is to maintain two hectares of coffee in production, and with it he will ensure greater and better production for the 2015 season and therefore, obtain higher income in order to improve his quality of life and that of his family.