A loan helped to buy seeds, soil amendments, and crop medicine.


Miriam's story

Miriam, 21, is single but is the mother of a two-year-old child.

Miriam works as a farmer. She knows this business because she helped her parents on the farm when she was a little girl.

Now that there are organized blockades in some farming areas that impede the free sale of vegetables, she wants to take advantage and buy seeds, soil amendments, and medicine for crops that have fallen in price because of the tense situation happening in Bolivia.

Myriam, like a lot of Bolivians who only want peace, believes the conflicts will be resolved soon, so she wants to be ready to pick up her normal pace of everyday life once again.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall.


This loan is special because:

It reaches low-income populations by not requiring collateral or co-signers.



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