Update on AmadoAmado is requesting a new loan because he needs to fulfill orders he has for the season. This will allow him to pay for labor and to make string from mescal fiber.
The previous loan allowed him to fulfill the customer demand that existed. The business has helped him a lot, so his children will get ahead because they’re studying.
Con el crédito anterior le permitió salir adelante con la demanda que se presentó. El negocio le ha ayudado mucho para que sus hijos salgan adelante ya que están estudiando.
Previous Loan DetailsAmado works making hammocks and he provides service with a Nixtamal-brand grinder. He lives with his three children, all of whom are dependent. He learned the business from his family when he was very young. He has been doing this work for approximately four years to cover the household expens... More from Amado's previous loan »
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