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Eusebio is from Mexico. She has 3 children. She needs a loan of $400 to buy supplies for his ornamental flower business.
Eusebio, 24, grows ornamental flowers and Poinsettias for a living in Rincon de Zirahuato Michoacan, Mexico.
He has 10 years of experience and started his own business two years ago because he wanted a steadier source of income instead of struggling because of the lack of job opportunities. His father taught him to grow and care for flowers.
A loan from World Vision will help him buy soil, manure, insecticides and plastic covers for his greenhouse. The only covers he has right now have been ruined by the weather. The new supplies will help him improve his flowers’ quality and increase his profit.
Eusebio would like to expand his sales to other Mexican states. However, he does not have his own vehicle and must use a transportation service, which will use up part of his profit.
He dreams of having a large orchard of his own. He owns some land and would like to grow avocados to sell at the wholesale market. He also plans to invest in his greenhouse. He hopes to hire people from his community for the fall months when he has a heavy load of work.
Eusebio and his wife, Anabel, have three children. Two are in elementary school, and the youngest is not yet 2.
The Agriculture business sector covers all farming and livestock activities. Some entrepreneurs request loans to help in securing supplies and equipment. Others want to buy more animals to breed or purchase feed and medicines. The majority of our loan clients live in rural communities where agriculture is already understood as a business model. It is for this reason that approximately 50% of our loans are in the agricultural sector.
Crecencio Morales is a mountainous community that is home to an indigenous population of approximately 8,000. Elder members of the population still speak the Mazahua indigenous languages and weave traditional clothing.
Residents of Crecencio Morales live in poverty, depending primarily on agriculture, commerce, and the production of artisan goods for income. Most homes are made of wood and have only two rooms with dirt floors. Families cook their meals on wood stoves, as gas and electricity are limited. Few residents have access to toilets or running water; most use outhouses and fetch water from community wells.
In Crecencio Morales, World Vision is providing families with business training; helping farmers increase agricultural production and incomes; attending to the health needs of malnourished children; increasing access to safe water through the installation of water tanks; and providing tutoring and recreational opportunities.
Thank you for partnering with World Vision Micro to provide Eusebio Hernandez Andres with a business loan for his floral business. Eusebio used his loan of $400 to buy supplies for his ornamental flower business.
She continues to make weekly payments of $20 on time.
With the profits he has earned from his growing business, Eusebio is able to buy supplies, purchase fertilizer and expand his current business.
Eusebio's three children continue to study in school. Thanks to Eusebio’s hard work, he will be able to provide a brighter future for his family.
Thank you for supporting Eusebio's small business through World Vision Micro!
Thank you for supporting Eusebio Hernandez Andres’s floral business through World Vision Micro. Eusebio invested his small business loan of $400 to buy supplies for his ornamental flower business. He has made weekly payments of $20 and has now fully repaid his loan.
With the profits from his business, Eusebio decided to buy supplies in bulk, purchase fertilizer and expand his current business. Eusebio’s goal for the future is to earn enough so that he can expand his current business and take out another loan.
Eusebio’s three children remain in school. Because of your donation, Eusebio is able to provide a better future for his children.
Thank you for providing Eusebio with hope and a future. These funds are now being recycled to support another hardworking entrepreneur in the same community.