A loan of $825 helped to buy pigs.

Veronica Esperanza's story

Verónica started her business seven years ago (in 2005). She used a family loan to buy some pigs to raise and then gradually increased her number of animals. She now has purebred pigs.

Verónica gets up at 6.00am and goes to collect pig feed at her brother's house to feed the pigs with. Up to now she not has experienced any difficulties in her business and, with God's help, she continues making daily progress in her business. Verónica is a single mother. She has two children who are 10 and 6 years old and are studying at a private school. She will use her loan to buy more pigs.

One of Verónica's dreams is to buy a truck so that she can deliver her pigs to places which are further from the city.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Linda Oxnard

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