A loan helped to buy fertilizer for seasonal planting for the apple orchards.


Anida's story

Anida is a 47-year-old rural woman. She is a very busy lady as she has teenaged children. She has 50 dynyms of agricultural land that she has to deal with, planting and harvesting and having four dairy cows and calves and also a horse that she uses for transportation. 18 dynyms of land is hers and the rest, 32 dynyms, she rents from other villagers for an annual renting price of $502.

She plants lucerne, oats, corn, wheat, fodder, beans, peas, leeks, beets, potatoes, and onions, and 8 dynyms of the land are apple orchards. $10,500/year is the net income from the products she sells, whereas $1515 are the total expenses for the products that she doesn't sell, such as lucerne, oats, corn, wheat, fodder, and beets, because she uses these products for the family consumption and the animals.

Anida is asking one more time for Kiva lenders' support to buy fertilizer for seasonal planting for the apple orchard, and also for some other expenses related to her activity.


This loan is special because:

It enables low-income farmers to access credit tailored to their needs.



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