A loan of $1,450 helped to buy organic matter, fertilizer and urea.


Ana Rosa's story

Ana Rosa has lived with her mother in La Choza community for 15 years. She has three daughters.

They grow vegetables such as onions, carrots, lettuce, chard, parsley etc.

She lives in a wine region but to grow grape vines is a large initial investment and you have to wait three years to begin harvesting and to get an income.

Ana has few resources and cannot grow grape vines. This is why she grows vegetables because these plants require a smaller investment and can be harvested twice a year.

She is requesting a loan to buy organic matter, fertilizer and urea. This way she can increase her income and improve the life of her family.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Sofie Bjorksten



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