A loan of $1,000 helped to buy a corn grinder.

Yllogen Adalberto's story

Yllogen is 43 years old. He went to school through the seventh grade. He is married and he and his wife have three children. The oldest, a daughter, has a clothing distribution business in the area. Their son works with him in customs processing, and the youngest is in seventh grade. His wife sells tortillas, a business she has at home.

In addition to growing basic grains, he works in customs processing. He has been doing this for 6 years with his son, whom he has been teaching about the business for two years. Yllogen decided to work in this business because it is one of the strongest ones in the area, in addition to growing basic grains.

The loan he is asking for is to buy a corn grinder that a neighbor is selling him. With the purchase of the grinder, he will have another source of family income, which his wife will manage.

In the future, he plans on the grinder generating income for his home, resting a little more and spending more time with his family. Since his youngest child is in school, he wants her to finish college and have a profession.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ellen Donohue

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