Update on Moisés SalomónMoisés is a young man who studied through the sixth grade. His parents had limited resources, so he decided to quit school and start working. He got a job as a masonry assistant and was able to help his parents with the household expenses. Moisés is married and his wife takes care of their two children, ages 2 and 11 months.
Moisés works at a barber shop since he has been learning the trade since he was 11 years old. In addition, he knows a little bit about masonry and carpentry. The place where he works is located 10 kilometers from his house. He leaves his house at 6:30 A.M., boards a bus, and walks a block to his job. His schedule is from 7:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
The loan he is requesting will be used to buy medicines for one of his children who is sick and needs this treatment. Moisés dreams of having his own barber shop and providing an education for his children so that they can accomplish more than he did. He wants them to be honest and responsible people and not have to suffer the problems that he encountered.
Él trabaja en una peluquería, oficio que aprendió desde los 11 años de edad, también conoce un poco de los trabajos de albañilería y carpintería. El lugar en el cual trabaja, esta a una distancia de 10 km de su casa, sale a las 6.30 de la mañana de su casa, aborda el autobús, el cual lo deja a una cuadra de su trabajo. Su horario es de 7.30 a.m. a 5 p.m.
El préstamo que esta solicitando, es para comprar las medicinas para uno de sus hijos, el cual esta enfermo y necesita de un tratamiento medico.
El sueño de Moisés, es tener su propio negocio de peluquería. Brindarles la oportunidad de estudiar a sus hijos, y que se superen lo mas que puedan, para que sean personas honradas y responsables, y no sufran los problemas que él tubo que enfrentar.
Previous Loan DetailsMoisés is 25 years old, married and has a son. He has been a barber for some 10 years. Before, he worked carrying bundles of merchandise to the women who sell in the market. Facing the place where he passed was a barbershop, and when he had nothing to do, he began to sit there to see how they... More from Moisés Salomón's previous loan »
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