A loan of $350 helped to buy six rolls of plastic pipe ($140), two sacks of fertilizer ($104), four butterfly valves for irrigating his vegetables ($14). The rest is to pay for labor, since he will also plant corn and beans.


Héctor David's story

Hector is 32, single, and lives with his mother and brother. He is a responsible person in his community, honest and with a good reputation. He has farmed all his life, growing corn and beans, as well as vegetables.

He is applying to Fundación Campo for a loan to buy six rolls of plastic pipe ($140), two sacks of fertilizer ($104), four butterfly valves for irrigating his vegetables ($14); and the rest will be to pay for labor, since he will also plant corn and beans.

The investment will help him cultivate his vegetables and make good profits, as well buy agricultural supplies for growing vegetables.

This way, production will be better; he will be able to save, and give his family a better life. Hector wishes to repair the roof of his house, continue growing vegetables, have a better family life, keep improving himself, and keep working with the Foundation.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Jeff Goldie



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