A loan helped to buy free-range chickens, balanced feed, vitamins, cracked corn, wheat, and other supplies.


Piedad Susana's story

This is Susana, of humble beginnings, who lives with her family in the parish of Julio Andrade.

She started raising chickens when she was 16 years old because her mother gave her a little hen, which produced 10 chicks. That's how she started to love this work. When she formed her own family, Susana continued with this work to support her household.

This was the only job that supported her household during the pandemic, which is why she wants to continue motivating this business.

She's requesting a loan to buy free-range chickens, balanced feed, vitamins, cracked corn, wheat, and other supplies. She hopes to earn more income for her family that way.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Catharine Wall.


This loan is special because:

It aims to reach vulnerable refugee populations in an isolated region.



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