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Juan Jose
Juan lives with his wife and preschool-aged daughter. He works in an export factory and his wife cares for the home and their young daughter.

Behind his home there is an incomplete pool the needs lots of work, above all the floor, paint, finishing, and some water and drainage pipes. He wants his family to have a more secure environment and better family environment for his daughter’s emotional development.

Once the pool is completed, he plans to rent it out and in this way gain greater income for his family. He also says that his daughter will be able to enjoy it, as she will be the first to use it.
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El señor Juan vive con su esposa y su hija de preescolar, trabaja en una maquiladora mientras su esposa se encarga las labores del hogar y el cuidado de la pequeña hija.
En el patio trasero tiene una alberca sin acabar de construir, le hace falta muchos detalles, sobre todo el piso, pintura y acabados, algunas tuberias para el agua y los productos para el mantenimiento posterior a esto. El quiere que la familia conviva en un ambiente mas seguro y como beneficio extra un mejor ambiente familiar y en el desarrollo emocional de su hija.
Al estar lista la alberca, la piensa poner en renta y asi darles un mayor ingreso a su familia y dice que tambien la podra disfrutar su hija ya que sera la primera en usarla.

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About Mexico

  • $15,600
    Average annual income
  • 19
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    Mexico Loans Fundraising
  • $18,764,650
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 13.7
    Mexico Pesos (MXN) = $1 USD