A loan of $625 helped to buy livestock supplies such as feed, vitamins and vaccine.


Ernesto's story

Ernesto is 43 years old, married, with three children. Two of his children work and the other is still studying. He lives in a mountainous area. His main source of income is from farming. Ernesto's wife is a Barangay Health Worker and owns a retail store. The couple both work hard because they want to have a better way of life and a stable source of income. Currently, Ernesto grows corn on his one hectare of land and raises two sows. He has been running his livestock business for one year. Ernesto wants to feed his pigs with quality feed but due to shortage of capital he is seeking a loan of 25,000 Philippine pesos, which will allow him to buy supplies such as feed, vitamins and vaccines for his livestock. Ernesto hopes to use the loan to generate more income, which will be used to expand his livestock business and to send his youngest child into higher education.



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