A loan of $375 helped to purchase tin sheets and wood to improve the infrastructure of her stable.


Eva's story

Eva is 50 years old and lives with her two children in her own home. For more than ten years, she has owned a stable where she raises cows and bulls. This modest farmer works every day, milking the cows, which is then sold to her neighbors and small dairies where they make cheese and yogurt. With the help of her children, she goes out every morning to cut the grass, which is the feed for the animals. They also help her with the milking and cleaning the stable. After fattening them for three months, her bulls are sold or rented to plow fields. She likes that her work is profitable and she can arrange her schedule so she can care for her family.

For now, her priority is to increase the quantity of cattle she has to increase milk production. This is her sixth loan with MFP. She is very happy to be part of her community bank because she has confidence that they are a strong group and they will be responsible with their payments. For her part, she has always been on time, so she continues to be considered an important part of the group. She promises to be punctual with her payments for this loan.

She is asking for this loan to purchase tin sheets and wood to fix the infrastructure of her stable.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Eileen Lloyd


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