Yasmany, 30, lives in Chimore in Carrasco Province in Chimore Municipality in the city of Cochabamba. He’s single and works as a driver. Yasmany used to live in Tarata but about 20 years ago had to come to Chimore because his father’s income was insufficient to support the family. They started to recover again alongside his mother since his father died and they started off on a new path starting from zero. Now, he owns two urban lots and a Noah van and this is how he works as a driver.
The loan Yasmany is requesting is to build a shed to help his siblings have a roof. Yasmany dreams with a better future for his siblings and that they are able to complete professional careers to help others in the zone since he was unable to finish a career.
El señor Yasmany tiene 30 años de edad él vive en la Población de Chimore de la provincia Carrasco del Municipio de Chimore, de la ciudad de Cochabamba él se encuentra soltero, Yasmany trabaja como chofer. Yasmany vivía en Tarata hace como veinte años atrás él tuvo que venir a Chimore porque no tu ingresos suficientes su padre para poder mantener a su familia, ellos se volvieron a levantar junto a su madre ya que su padre falleció tomaron un nuevo rumbo en su camino empezaron de cero, ahora él tiene 2 lotes urbanos y una vagoneta noah y de la misma manera él trabaja como chofer. El préstamo que solicita Yasmany es para la construcción de tinglado y poder ayudar a sus hermanos a tener un techo. Yasmany sueña con un futuro mejor para sus hermanos y que puedan terminar una carrera y asi poder ayudar a las personas de la zona ya que el no pudo terminar una carrera.
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