Update on Fredy AlexanderFredy needs more working capital for his agricultural activity. He is starting to plant new corn and bean crops. He needs financial resources for this so that he can cover the cost of buying natural fertilizers and herbicides to apply to the crops. He is requesting a loan to allow him to buy the materials. He will then begin planting in a more ordered way.
The previous loan had a positive effect on his applications of natural fertilizers and herbicides. He managed to have a considerable harvest and paid the rent for the land where he grows his crops. So far he has maintained his production of corn and beans.
Con el préstamo anterior tuvo un efecto positivo en sus aplicaciones de abono y herbicidas, ya que logró tener una cosecha bastante considerable, pagó el alquiler del terreno donde realiza el cultivo y hasta el momento se ha mantenido en la producción de maíz y frijol.
Previous Loan DetailsFredy is 23 years old and lives in San Rafael Oriente, in San Miguel department. He is a farmer who grows corn and beans. He lives with his mother and two siblings aged 11 and 14. Fredy started farming at the age of 14 when his father took him out to the fields and taught him the process. He ... More from Fredy Alexander's previous loan »
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