A loan of $625 helped to buy fertilizers, seeds and herbicides that he will use in rice farming.


Jerson's story

To make living, Jerson has a rice farming business. He started this business when he was 20 years old. He is lucky to be married to a teacher. Now, Jerson is 29 years of age and already has two children.

Jerson's primary source of income which enables him to provide for his family's daily food and other household expenses is farming. He has been in this business for nine years. With the high cost of farm inputs now, Jerson is asking for a loan of 27,000 Philippine Pesos (PHP) to buy fertilizer, seed, and herbicides that he will use in rice farming.

Jerson desires to get better yield yearly to earn higher income and save some of it. He hopes to attain his desire in the future.



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