Jahuer is 22, and he has been married to Lizeth Zurita for two years. They have a two year old daughter who goes to nursery school. They still live in Lizeth’s mother’s house.
Jahuer is a taxi driver. He has his own car, which he uses to work all over the city of Cochabamba. His wife sells ecological coal in La Cancha, a commercial area. Together they generate enough income to be able to support their family.
Jahuer needs money to be able to buy a plot of land. That way he would be able to become independent and build his own house. This would improve the quality of life for his daughter and his wife. In the future, he wants to ask for another loan to be able to finish building his house, to keep progressing, and keep improving life conditions for all of his family.
El Sr. Jahuer Tiene 22 años de edad, esta casado con la Sra. Lizeth Zurita desde hace 2 años, juntos tienen una niña de 2 años que acude a la guarderia. Viven todavia en la casa de la madre de Lizeth.
El Sr. Jahuer trabaja como taxista, es propietario de un auto con el cual trabaja por toda la ciudad de Cochabamba, su esposa vende Carbon ecologico en una zona comercial llamada "la cancha". Juntos generan ingresos para poder sustentar a la familia.
El Sr. Jahuer necesita dinero para poder comprar un lote de terreno y asi poder independizarse y construir su casa propia. Para mjorar la calidad de vida para su hija y esposa. En el futuro quiere solicitar otro credito para poder terminar de construir su casa y seguir progresando y mejorando las condiciones de vida para toda su familia.
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