A loan of $1,425 helped to buy agricultural supplies for her coffee crops.

Jenny Margoth's story

Jenny Margoth completed her secondary education. When she finished her studies, she was able to graduate as a teacher. She is married and has two children, who are in different grades in high school. Upon leaving her school activities, she heads out to the field with her husband to exercise her second job, agriculture.

Thanks to effort and good administration, they have been able to get their business ahead. With the profits, they have been able to provide their children with a better quality of life. They have given them the opportunity to go to school and to prepare for the university in the future.

The land that she works with her husband is their own. They are grateful to God for the opportunity of having provided another achievement in her life to generate income and enrich her children’s inheritance.

Their customers are the grocery stores, neighbors, and intermediaries that come to the area to get the product at the end of each harvest.

She has requested a loan from the COMIXMUL cooperative to buy 1,000 pounds of coffee formula, 1,200 pounds of urea, and 1,200 pounds of fertilizer. She will use these on her crops and protect them from pests and insects that destroy this product.

The plans for the future are to expand her coffee crops by improving the planting and planting a variety of different products. She will also satisfy some customer needs such as the demand that she currently manages. She will do this in order to provide better service and to give her children a better quality of life and an education.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ginny Kalish

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