A loan of $1,000 helped buy a dairy cow to increase milk production.

Eloy's story

Eloy is a bricklayer. He is also a small farmer and milk producer. He sells his milk to Pil Andina to be made later into dairy products (cheese, yogurt, etc.). His wife helps him with the household chores. They have three children. Two are in school, and one is in the barracks. They live in their own house in the Tipampa Achacachi community in the Omasuyos province (three hours from the city of La Paz).

The loan is to buy a dairy cow of medium quality to be able to increase milk production and increase family income.

This is his third loan with IMPRO. His previous loans were repaid punctually. The completed evaluation qualifies Eloy for the loan he is soliciting.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ginny Kalish

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