Juan is grateful to the Kiva lenders, since thanks to the help they are giving him he will be able to travel to another city in Peru and finally reunite with his daughter who disappeared, because after looking for her untiringly he was finally able to find out where she was. In this way Juan will give his family peace, and he will be able to work more calmly and continue fighting in order to make his biggest dream a reality: to give his children an education and to be able to have a transportation business.
Juan está agradecido con los prestamistas Kiva ya que gracias al apoyo que le están brindando podrá viajar a otra ciudad del país y por fin reunirse con su hija desaparecida, ya que luego de buscarla de manera incansable, por fin pudo dar con su paradero, de esta manera Juan podrá darle tranquilidad a su familia y poder trabajar más tranquilo y seguir luchando para poder hacer realidad su más grande sueño:” Darle educación a sus hijos y poder tener una empresa de transportes”.
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This loan is designed for people who have no access to financial services because they lack collateral or credit history, or run informal businesses. Caja Señor de Luren identifies these clients through a unique scoring system that evaluates their repayment capacity based on socio-economic and demographic indicators. The goal is to expand access to credit to vulnerable borrowers, empowering them to improve their income and living conditions.
About Caja Rural Señor de LurenCaja Rural Señor de Luren is a microfinance institution based in Ica in southern Peru that primarily promotes the development of the country’s agricultural sector through lending. Today, it also offers credit for consumers, microenterprises and housing improvements, and has expanded its financial services to promote micro-savings and provide micro-insurance. This institution has been instrumental in helping borrowers recover from the devastating earthquake in the Ica region in 2007, and works with Peru’s National Bank to reach some of the poorest and most remote microfinance clients in the country.
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