A loan helped to buy 10 ducks, corn, cooking oil and salt for their diet.

Tsihoarana's story

Tsihoarana, 29, is married and has one child. He owns a house in a rural village where he lives with his wife and child.

Tsihoarana is involved in livestock breeding and agriculture. He breeds broiler chickens, and recently he has also started fattening ducks. Their village is a producer of foie gras. He wants to work to improve the income and the living conditions of his family.

Tsihoarana decided to take loans to extend the breeding business, and he chose to go with Vahatra who granted him his first loan. He raised broiler chickens.

His profits were used to meet his family's needs. Tsihoarana needs the following loan to develop duck breeding. He is requesting lenders to help him buy 10 ducks to fatten, 110 kg of corn, cooking oil and salt. He will deliver his products to a direct seller.

He hopes for enough profits to be used as savings, and is aiming for financial independence.

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Audrey Tavares.

This loan is special because:

It helps the poorest of the poor in Madagascar to improve their lives.

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