A loan of $300 helped to buy farm supplies.


Anonymous's story

The borrower has been involved in agriculture for five years and grows mainly corn and beans. He sells his crops to the basic grain dealers located near his place of residence. With the profits he earns from sales he helps cover family expenses. He lives with his family in his own home. When farm season is over, the borrower works painting houses or installing drywall.

He is requesting a loan to buy farm supplies to help with his cultivating activity, such as fertilizers and seeds, so he can improve the cropland to earn more income. What he sells now is not enough to cover these expenses, so the loan will help him continue covering household expenses without limitation.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Sherry Bess



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