A loan of $1,100 helped to buy seeds, chili plants, compost, fertilizer, and insecticides.


Ricardo Edenilson's story

Ricardo is married. He livers with his wife, their son, and his father. Ricardo makes a living raising livestock and cultivating corn, beans, tomatoes, and chilis. He learned this trade from his father. Ricardo has been working independently for eight years and, so far, he has not had any problems. He needs capital to buy seeds, chili plants, compost, fertilizers, and insecticides. These are important for harvesting his crops, increasing his production, and increasing his earnings to improve his family's financial stability. Ricardo's vision is to incorporate, little by little, other types of crops, to build his own house, and to provide a better life to his family.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ellen Craven


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