A loan helped to buy broiler chicks and bags of feed.

Tahina Clarisse's story

Clarisse is single and still lives with her parents. She is 23 years old. She raises broiler chickens and has had this business for one year. She gained experience in this business through friends who raise animals and are in her neighborhood. Raising animals requires a sufficiently sized flock of chicks, and feed for the fattening cycle is important. This is why Clarisse is renewing her loan to buy broiler chicks and feed. In the future, she hopes to become financially independent.

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Erin Woodard.

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