A loan of $725 helped to buy chicken feed and sawdust for the shed.

Olga's story

For several years Olga has lived in her own house with her husband and children. She raises chickens and has a small shed with a maximum capacity of 150 chickens. She raises them until they reach the ideal weight then sells them at the city market. She considers it to be a profitable business due to the high demand of this product and its daily consumption among the population. She enjoys her work because she feels productive.

Now she wants to make a few repairs and build a small shed on the ground level of her home to house 200 chickens. On this occasion, she is requesting 2,000 PEN and is very grateful to those who will back her financially so she can continue her business. She is committed to paying back the loan on time and will use it to buy sawdust for the shed for the baby chicks and poultry feed.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Sherry Bess

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