Update on Jose TrinidadJose Trinidad is 33 years old and single. He works as a clinical psychologist. In addition, he is a teacher at a university in Nueva Guinea, which enables him to earn extra income to support his family.
He is requesting his sixth loan so that he can make improvements to his mother’s house. Jose Trinidad plans to repair the roof, the floor, and the doors which are in poor condition. On the weekends, he goes to spend time with her and wants her to have the necessary living conditions. When he and his siblings were little, his mother gave them the best so he wants to give back a little bit in return for the sacrifices she made while raising them.
Esta solicitando su 6to credito para mejorar la casa de su mamá, reparando el techo, piso y puertas que estan en mal estado, pues los fines de semana se va a pasar con ella, y desea que ella cuente con las condiciones necesarias, ya que cuando el y sus hermanos estaban pequeños su mamá les dio lo mejor de ella y quiere retribuirle un poquito el sacrificio que hizo para criarlos.
Previous Loan DetailsJose Trinidad is single, 31 years old, and a clinical psychologist. He also works as an instructor at a university in New Guinea. He is a very studious person and in addition to his career in psychology, he is also studying to become a lawyer. Since he is single and has no children, he has had... More from Jose Trinidad's previous loan »
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