She left Manhiça for Boane because she was transferred at work. She has been a teacher, working for the Ministry of Education, for 8 years. She completed her studies in Education 8 years ago at the Instituto de Magistério Primário [Institute for Primary Education] in Chibututuine and now works around 8 hours a day. She doesn't employ anyone else to help her and she earns approximately 7872.00 Meticales each month. She uses this money to pay for household expenses and also saves some money each month in her bank account.
Gilda has never taken out a loan with another bank. She found out about Hluvuku [the Kiva Field Partner] through a friend who also works with the institution. This is her 1st loan, for the amount of 20,000.00 Meticales. She plans to use this money to buy construction materials (cement, nails, zinc plates and other items) in order to finish her construction project.
She promises to repay the loan as indicated in order to be eligible for other loans later. In the future she would like to apply for more loans to finish her house and then furnish it.
Saiu de Manhiça para Boane através de uma transferência dos serviços, é docente funcionária do Ministério de Educação a 8 anos. Foi formada pelo Instituto de Magistério Primário de Chibututuine a 8 anos, faz cerca de 8 horas de trabalho por dia, não possui nenhum empregado e conta com um salário de 7.872.00mt por mês, que aplica nas despesas de casa e ainda poupa algum na sua conta bancária.
Nunca teve empréstimos em outros bancos, conheceu a Hluvuku através de um amigo que também é cliente desta instituição. Este é o seu 1º empréstimo no valor de 20.000.00mt com o qual pretende comprar material de construção (cimento, pregos, chapas de zinco e outros) para dar continuidade com a sua obra.
Compromete se a pagar devidamente este empréstimo para poder aceder a outros créditos. No futuro gostaria de solicitar mais empréstimos para concluir e mobilar a sua casa.
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