A loan of $1,175 helped to buy nutritious feed for her livestock and make improvements to her house.


Amanda's story

Amada, 49, is married and has two dependent children. She lives in her own house in Caserío Vallecito in the rural section of Tambogrande district, which has only basic electricity service. Amada raises sheep, cattle, and poultry, which produce milk and meat that she sells in the local market. She also farms and grows lemons that she harvests weekly. She has been in business for eight years.

Amada wants to buy nutritious feed for her livestock so that they will gain more weight and to make improvements to her house. She expects to grow her business and have a better life. She is applying to Edpyme Alternativa for a loan of 3000 nuevos soles to achieve her objectives.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer


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