Total loan: $500
Boaco, Boaco Department, Nicaragua / Agriculture
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A loan helped to buy wire, wood, and staples and to pay for labor.
Yerald Domingo's story
Yerald, age 36, loves living in the country. He cares for his corn and bean crops daily so that he can later harvest them, store them, and sell them during times when they are scarce. By doing so he gets better earnings. He also has cows that he milks and then sells the milk. This enterprising man has benefited from his first loan from Kiva and MiCrédito. He used it to improve his pasture fences, keeping his livestock secure. As time passed, his fence has deteriorated, and the animals are at risk of getting out or being robbed. This is the reason that he returns to request a loan to be able to buy wire, wood, and staples and to pay for labor. This way he will reinforce the security of his source of work. Yerald struggles day to day in order to improve himself and to get his family ahead. In the future he plans to buy more land in order to cultivate other products.