Marco Antonio is a taxi driver in the urban area of Santa Cruz de la Sierra. He works from 5am to 1pm and afterwards goes home, where his family is waiting for him to eat lunch together. Then at 4pm, he goes out again to continue working as a taxi driver until 8pm. In August this year, he was in an accident, which left his vehicle in bad condition and the person that hit him ran away. Because of this, Marco Antonio needs a complete overhaul of his vehicle and to change the suspension. This is why a Kivaloan is requested for Marco Antonio. The aim is to support him so that his vehicle, which is his source of income, is in optimal condition to serve his customers. With the loan, he will be able to have the suspension changed and general restoration of the bodywork.
EL SR. MARCO ANTONIO ES UN TRANSPORTISTA DE TAXI EN EL ÁREA URBANA DE SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA, ACTIVIDAD ECONÓMICA SE REALIZA DESDE LAS 5:00 DE LA MAÑANA HASTA LAS 13:00 LUEGO SE VA A SU CASA EN DONDE LO ESPERA SU FAMILIA PARA ALMORZAR EL VIVE CON SU MADRE, LUEGO A LAS 16:00 NUEVAMENTE CONTINUA SU LABOR DE SERVICIO DE TAXI HASTA LAS 20:00. EL MES DE AGOSTO DEL PRESENTE AÑO SUFRIÓ UN CHOQUE LO CUAL DEJO CON MAL ASPECTO LA MOVILIDAD LA PERSONA QUE LE OCASIONO EL DAÑO AL MOTORIZADO SE DIO A LA FUGA POR TAL MOTIVO EL CLIENTE NECESITA REALIZAR UN CAMBIO COMPLETO A SU VEHÍCULO Y CAMBIAR LA SUSPENSIÓN DEL MISMO , ESE ES EL MOTIVO POR EL QUE SE SOLICITA UN CRÉDITO KIVA PARA EL SEÑOR MARCO ANTONIO , EL OBJETIVO ES APOYARLO PARA QUE SU VEHÍCULO EL CUAL ES SU FUENTE DE INGRESOS PUEDA ESTAR EN OPTIMAS CONDICIONES PARA SERVIR A LOS USUARIOS YA QUE CON EL PRÉSTAMO SE REALIZARA EL CAMBIO DE SUSPENSIÓN Y REFACCIÓN DE LA CARROCERIA EN GENERAL.
CIDRE is a Bolivian microfinance institution with a strong social commitment to the community. It works to provide quality financial services to rural and peri-urban borrowers, focusing primarily on agricultural loans for dairy farmers and micro-enterprises. CIDRE targets segments of the population that have not traditionally had access to credit, and invests in much-needed community development projects. It is currently working with coca farmers in the Chapare region to replace coca with less controversial crops. Get more involved by joining the Friends of CIDRE lending team.