Francisco has a small casual clothing workshop in his home where he makes T-shirts, camisoles, blouses, sweaters, and other garments and then delivers the goods to wholesalers located in two of the district in Sololá. He learned this trade from his father when he was nine years old. Much later he saw that he could have a good productive business. By offering affordable prices, he is able to generate good earnings to support his wife and children.
The year-end season is approaching and the demand for the products he sells increases during this time. He needs to invest more capital, so Francisco is requesting a loan of 9,000 GTQ so that he can buy rolls of fabric for making T-shirts and fulfilling all of the orders he has received. With the earnings he generates from his business, Francisco wants to open a shoe store in the future and improve his income so that he and his family can prosper.
Tiene una pequeña fábrica de ropa casual en su residencia donde elaboran playeras, camisolas, blusas, suéteres y más, y los entrega a sus acreedores en dos municipios de Sololá.
El aprendió este trabajo junto a su padre cuando apenas tenia 9 años de edad. Años después vio que es una buena actividad productiva que tiene precios aceptables dejando buena ganancia así poder mantener a su esposa y sus hijos.
En la temporada de los últimos meses del año ve que la demanda de venta aumenta de esta manera ve que necesita invertir mas capital en efectivo por medio de un crédito de Q 9,000.00 comprando rollos de tela para fabricar playeras y entregar todos los pedidos recibe.
Con sus ganancias que el obtenga de este negocio el quiere en un futuro tener una tienda de zapatos y mejorar sus ingresos prosperándose junto a su familia.
About ADICLAADICLA (Association for the Holistic Development of the Basin of Lake Atitlán) is nonprofit rural community development association that provides small loans and services to improve quality of life in two of the poorest regions of Guatemala, home to large indigenous populations. Kiva funding will be used to support three innovative credit initiatives: youth business loans, green loans, and smaller loans to help ADICLA move down-market and serve poorer clients.
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