A loan of $1,125 helped to buy chickens and chicken feed, as well as make improvements to the chicken corral so that it can hold more chickens.

Gladys Estella's story

Gladys gained the knowledge of raising and fattening chickens thanks to her parents, who taught her and had a chicken corral at their house for the sole consumption of their family. Since the neighbors began to ask her if they could sell her chickens, Gladys began to work at the activity with more of a commercial focus and started her business. Because she did not have much capital, it has been very difficult to offer her customers more chickens, and for this reason Gladys is now seeking a loan to buy chickens, chicken feed, and also to make some improvements to the corral so that it can hold more chickens.

In this way she will be able to fill the order of her customers, and her business will begin to increase sales. Her dream is to get ahead in this business and to generate enough income, which she will contribute economically together with her spouse, to give their 3 children a better quality of life.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Melia Meggs

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