A loan helped to buy fungicide and fertilizer to obtain a good bean harvest.


Cleber Exelino's story

Cleber is 42 years old. He lives in the neighborhood of San José, in the parish of Cahuasqui. He is a humble person who is very dedicated to his agricultural work. He lives with his daughters, who are in school. Cleber and his spouse work as day laborers, but often the income they earn is not enough. Cleber has decided to start his own bean crop. To start another activity such as growing beans, they need capital to maintain the product that they plant.

Cleber is asking for a loan to buy fungicide and fertilizer to obtain a good bean harvest. He would be grateful for your help with this loan, because his and his family's future depends on this activity.

Cleber wants to save up enough money to buy a pickup truck in the future, to deliver his product directly to the city of Ibarra.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ellen Donohue.


This loan is special because:

It finances farmers' secondary income generating business.



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