A loan of $375 helped to buy seeds and fertilizer.

Subadra's story

Subadra is 46 years old. She is married and has one child, aged 18.

Many years ago, Subadra established her vegetable farming business. Working seven days a week and four hours a day, she supoorts her family. She has already received and successfully repaid six loans from Patan Business and Professional Women (PBPW) and she used her most recent one to buy seeds and fertilizer.

In the future, Subadra plans to uplift the economic condition of her family. She thanks you for your support.

Over 70% of Nepal's economy is agricultural. Typically, Nepali households grow crops on small plots of terraced land. Rice (bhat), lentils (daal), and vegetables (thakari) are the staples of the Nepali diet.

With a Kiva loan, PBPW's borrowers are able to purchase greater amounts of seed and fertilizer. With more seeds and fertilizer, a borrower is able to grow cash crops to be sold in the local market. Such crops allow households to move beyond subsistence and provide much needed cash income throughout the year.

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