A loan of $500 helped to buy hog feed for his hogs and farm inputs for his corn farming business.


Melchor's story

Melchor devotes most of his time to his corn farming business, because it's his family's main source of income. But, due to improvement in his financial stability, he was able to establish a livestock business which he has managed for seven years. He is currently fattening one hog and raising three piglets.

Melchor is married with six grown-up children. His main priority in life is to have continuous improvement in his livestock and farming businesses. To make these things possible, he is requesting additional capital of 20,000 Philippine pesos (PHP) to allow him to buy stock of hog feed and farm inputs for his corn farm. He believes that, with this requested loan, he can further expand the hectares of his corn farm and will be able to increase the hogs he raises. Melchor is looking forward to continuous success in his livelihood.



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