A loan of $1,125 helped to buy chickens and pigs to raise and to renovate the animal pens.

John Anderson's story

John is a determined young man who is 22 years of age. He is responsible for seeing that his family moves forward. Many years ago, he learned how to raise chickens and pigs. His mother had this type of business and it provided everything they needed for their home. After his mother died, John took over the family business so that he could generate household income and support his younger brother. It was also during this time that he decided to move to the town where his grandparents live so that he could have better stability. However, he was not able to find job opportunities so he decided to return with his brother to his hometown. John still lives in the house he inherited from his mother, where there are also chicken coops and pig pens.

He is looking to restart this business, so John is requesting a loan in order to buy chickens and pigs to raise. John will also renovate the pens so that he can reactivate the business that his mother left him. His dream is to get the business up and running so that he can provide his younger brother a good quality of life and better work opportunities that will help him get ahead.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica

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