A loan helped to buy fertilizers and to pay for maintenance of her coffee farm.

Gloria Nohelia's story

Gloria is 22 years old. She is single and lives with her parents in the city of Nueva Frontera, Santa Barbara.
She has worked growing coffee for 4 years. Her crops are located on her own land. She sells the coffee as dried beans in the same area.
She needs to buy fertilizers and pay for the maintenance of her coffee crop. This is why she has decided to request a loan from ODEF the amount of 20,000 Lempiras. This will help her to have improved coffee production and to better maintain her crops.
Her goal is to buy more land so that she can expand her crops.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catherine Dyck.

This loan is special because:

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

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