A loan of $1,175 helped to buy feed and piglets to raise.

George's story

George is a farmer who plants corn in the Philippines. Determined to avoid financial shortfalls for his family, he has decided to restart his hog-raising business. He had to stop the business temporarily, a year ago, because he lacked the financial means to feed his pigs.

George is asking for a loan of 50,000 Philippine pesos (PHP) to buy feed and piglets. He will also use the loan to buy galvanized iron sheeting to roof his piggery house. He will repair the roof to provide comfortable housing for his pigs.

George will use the loan wisely to continue his hog-raising business. His profit goes to pay his two children's school fees.

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