She works alone all day. In case of emergency or when she needs help her husband helps her. With God’s help it is going very well for her.
She is married, and her husband helps her by working as a taxi driver. She does not have children. She and her husband help each other to get ahead with the household expenses.
She wants to use the loan to buy make-up and clothes. This way she will increase her business. She will continue growing and investing in more merchandise in order to be able to get more income and be able to pay for the household expenses.
El trabajo lo realiza sola, en todo el día y en caso de emergencia o necesidad le ayuda el esposo, le va muy bien con la ayuda de Dios.
Está casada y su esposo le ayuda trabajando como chofer de un taxi, no tiene hijos, tanto ella como el esposo se ayudan para salir adelante en los gastos del hogar.
Con el préstamo la clienta quiere comprar maquillaje y ropa para asi incrementar su negocio y asi siga creciendo e invirtiendo en más mercadería para así poder obtener mayores ingresos y poder pagar los gastos de su hogar.
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This loan is for a Kiva borrower to pay for medical treatment. These borrowers face higher barriers to obtain loans due to their health condition. Kiva Field Partner Banco D-MIRO combines their loan with free health and life insurance to help borrowers generate the capital necessary to develop and run a business.
Due to potential safety risks facing borrowers with health conditions and the need to protect their privacy, the faces of borrowers from Banco D-MIRO may be blurred in photos.
About Banco D-MIROBanco D-MIRO is a microfinance institution that serves the most vulnerable sectors of Ecuador’s economy. It offers very small loan sizes without requiring collateral, expanding access to borrowers who would not otherwise be able to access capital to start and grow their own businesses. It also specifically targets borrowers who are excluded from formal financial systems due to race, ethnicity, gender, disability or illness.
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