Total loan: $1,000
Gotera, Morazán Department, El Salvador / Agriculture
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A loan helped to buy 200 broiler chickens and buy feed so that they grow healthy and he can raise them to sell.
Adonay Amilcar's story
Adonay is 33 years old, and he studied until the ninth grade. He did not continue studying due to the lack of financial resources. He is the father of a daughter that is studying in the fifth grade. He is married, and his wife works at a corn mill and supports him in raising small animals. Adonay grew up working with his parents planting basic grains, corn, beans, vegetables, and other crops. Adonay has earned a living raising broiler chickens for five years. He also grows vegetables and basic grains like corn and beans in their seasons. At night he works as a guard for a business that is in the city, and to reach it he has to travel for one hour on public transportation. Adonay is requesting a loan to buy 200 broiler chickens and buy feed so that they grow healthy and he can raise them to sell. He also wants to improve their facilities and buy two drinking fountains for the feeding of the chickens. In this manner he will be able to assure the feeding of his own family and receive an income for his home. Adonay dreams of increasing his production little by little because he wants to give his family a better quality of life. Also, among his plans is the making of another chicken coop to increase the number of broiler chickens and raise them in stages in order to always have a product.