A loan of $700 helped to buy two milk cows and produce milk products.

Ana Carolina's story

Ana, 27, is the single mother of a daughter. She has been farming, a trade she learned from her parents, for some years. She gets up at 5 AM to go to her field, and, in the afternoon, she prepares local foods such as tostadas, atole, and pupusas to earn money to support herself and her daughter, to whom she is both mother and father.

Ana wants to engage in other activities to earn income to pay household expenses. She has applied to Fundación Campo for a loan to buy two milk cows and produce milk products like cheese and cream to sell. Selling milk products will expand her business and increase her income to support her family. She wants to buy more cows because they generate good income.

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