Click here to donate yourself Jorge is 31 years old and was born in the parish of Cahuasqui in a humble family. He finished school and began to work as a day laborer, but this work is very demanding and requires a lot of physical strength, so Jorge left for the capital to seek a better job. Now he has his own family, but says that the city has more expenses so he wants to undertake a new business in his native parish, which is growing beans. Jorge needs a loan to begin with this work, he will purchase seeds, reeds, manure, and fungicides. Since he has a secure job in the capital, his brother will carry out the new enterprise as he is in the countryside. Jorge is very optimistic about this new investment since he will have additional income and will be able to cover the costs that come with living in the city. It will also benefit his family who is in the countryside. Click here to donate yourself
We gave a new loan to Rodolfo from Peru, a farmer. Click here to donate yourself Click here to donate yourself Rodolfo, 53, lives with his wife and 3 children in a modest house in Canaris, a district of Lambayeque along Peru’s northern coast. Farming and small commercial businesses are common means of making a living here. Rodolfo has been a farmer for 10 years. He grows a variety of coffee called Catimore. He is applying for a loan that he will use to pay for the labor and supplies–fertilizer, pesticides, etc.–he needs to tend his coffee crop. The investment will provide the physiological and morphological improvements that will ensure that he maximizes his yields and delivers the best-possible crop. His earnings from the business will improve his and his family’s quality of life. Click here to donate yourself
We’ve received a total of $9.89 in repayments between December 20, 2014 and January 19, 2015!