Update on Jose AlbertoJosé is 47 years old, married and has three children. He lives in a province close to the city of Cochabamba. Jose is a very hard-working and responsible man. He has had a very hard life since he was young. He was just born when he left with his mother as his father would not even acknowledge him. They went to the city of Potosi where she started to work in order to support José. But he couldn't finish secondary school. He started to work very young when his mother got sick. He worked as a bricklayer and could not work and study at the same time. His mother died and he was left alone. He then met his wife whom he has supported at all times.
José works in his vehicle offering radio-taxi service. He starts very early picking up school children. He also has regular customers who look for him as he is very responsible in his work.
The loan José is requesting is to buy construction materials to finish building his house. He dreams of a better life for his daughters. He says he wants a better future for them all.
José es un hombre muy trabajador y responsable, el tuvo una vida muy triste desde pequeño, ya que con la única que se crio fue con su madre ya que el padre ni siquiera lo reconoció, él y su madre se vinieron de la ciudad de Potosí y ella se puso a trabajar para poderlo sacar adelante a José, pero el solo pudo terminar el colegio ya que se puso a trabajar desde muy joven ya que la madre se enfermo y a él toco trabajar y no podía estudiar al mismo tiempo, ya que su empleo era de albañil; su madre falleció y él se quedo solo y ahí fue cuando la conoció a su esposa quien siempre le apoya en todo momento.
José trabaja con su vehículo prestando los servicios de radiotaxi, el trabaja desde muy temprano en el recojo de escolares y al mismo tiempo tiene usuarios que lo buscan por lo responsable que es en su trabajo, el solicita el crédito para la compra de materiales de construcción para terminar su casa, ya que el sueña con una vida mejor para sus niñas que él dice que quiere un futuro mejor para ellas.
Previous Loan DetailsSeñor José Alberto, age 45, is married to Señora Amparo, with whom he has three children. He lives in the area of the Esmeralda Highway in Sacaba, a province of the city of Cochabamba.
José is a very hardworking and responsible man. He had a sad life from when he was young. His mother… More from Jose Alberto's previous loan »
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