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Carlos
Carlos is 36 years old and is a very hardworking and responsible man. He is married and has two children, ages 7 and 2. He lives in his own home with his wife and her mother. He dedicates himself to his work so he can feed and educate his children, not to mention that he wants to give his whole family a better quality of life. Carlos' work consists of transporting passengers within the city. He gets up very early to go out in search of would-be customers who want to go from one place to another in the city. He has done this job for more than 10 years, and it has given him the opportunity to grow little by little along with his family, but he has bigger dreams for the future. In addition to this work, he also sells alcoholic beverages, soft drinks and gelatins from his home. In the same vein, he built rooms on some space on his land that he can rent by the month at very good prices. What he likes most about his job is that he can take his children to school, transport his family and carry out other work responsibilities. He hopes that his businesses progress even more in the future, since he wants to develop another one raising chickens, although he needs to save a bit more money first. This will be his first loan with Kiva partner MFP, and he is grateful for those who made this possible so he can continue toward achieving his goals. He also promises to make his payments on time. He enjoys being part of his community bank because all of the members are responsible people who stand by each other. With the loan, he plans to purchase some cases of beer and soft drinks, and use the remainder to refurbish some parts in his motortaxi and to renovate some of the windows in the rooms he rents.
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Carlos, de 36 años, es una hombre muy trabajador y responsable, es conviviente con su pareja con quien tiene dos hijos de 7 y 2 años, vive en su casa propia junto a su esposa y su madre, el se dedica a trabajar para poder brindar el alimento y la educación para sus hijos además de querer darle una mejor calidad de vida a toda su familia. El trabajo de Carlos consiste en el transporte de pasajeros dentro de la ciudad, se levanta muy temprano para salir en busca de sus eventuales clientes que deseen trasladarse de algún lugar hasta otro punto específico de la ciudad. Lleva realizando este trabajo por más de 10 años y este trabajo le dio la oportunidad de crecer junto a su familia poco a poco pero con muchas ilusiones puestas para el futuro. Complementa su labor con la venta de bebidas alcohólicas, gaseosas y gelatinas en su casa, del mismo modo tiene cuartos que ha construido en un espacio de su terreno los cuales pone en alquiler a precios muy cómodos de manera mensual. Lo que le gusta de su trabajo es que tiene disponibilidad para trasladar a su hijo a su centro educativo, del mismo modo puede movilizar a su familia y realizar otras funciones laborales, espera que mas adelante sus negocios progresen aun mas ya que desea desarrollar otro trabajo que es la crianza de pollos, aunque para ello necesita ahorrar un poco más. Este es el préstamo número 1 con MFP, por tanto agradece a quienes hacen posible su acceso a este crédito para continuar con el logro de sus objetivos. Por otro lado se compromete a cumplir con el pago puntual de sus cuotas. Además le agrada ser parte de su banco comunal por que todos los integrantes son personas responsables y muy solidarias.
Con el monto solicitado 1500 soles, comprará alguna cajas de bebidas y con el monto restante refaccionará algunas piezas de su mototaxi y renovará algunas ventanas de los cuartos que alquila.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 128
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  • $56,174,600
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $600 helped Carlos to refurbish his motortaxi and purchase cases of beer and soft drinks.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Sep 13, 2012
Listed
Oct 10, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Apr 17, 2013