A loan of $2,825 helped a member to purchase supplies and fertilizers to treat his coffee crop.


G.s. El Mango Group's story

Santos is 46 years old. He is in a common-law relationship with his partner. He has three children. He lives with his wife and his three children in the municipality of Morazan, Yoro. He has always worked in agriculture, growing corn and coffee. For eight years now, he has had his own coffee crop, which he sells at the local market.

He is requesting his second loan, as part of a group, to purchase supplies and fertilizers to treat his coffee crop. His plan is to give his crop a good treatment in order to obtain better production. His goals are to continue improving his coffee crop, to support his children, and to give his family a better quality of life.

Santos belongs to the group called G.S. El Mango, which is made up of three members. All of them live in the same community and work in agriculture. The group loan is for 66,000 lempira, which they will invest in the purchase of compost, fertilizers, and supplies for their coffee crop. In the photo, they appear as follows: Dimas is on the left and then Fredy and Santos to the right.

In this group: Dimas Roberto, Santos Alfredo, Fredy Orlando

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This loan is special because:

It allows smallholder farmers to purchase inputs to improve yields on favorable terms.



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