Update on Juan AlbertoJuan studied up to 8th grade at high school and lives happily with his partner who is a housewife. They have three children who he has to support financially. At the moment, they are studying, but soon they will also start to contribute to the family income.
Juan has spent a lot of his life working. He used to work in a company selling and distributing ice-cream in a truck. However, one day he decided to go it alone and started selling ice-cream himself as he walked around the streets. As time went on, he realized that he had to be more mobile so he bought a motorcycle. This helped him to improve his profits as he continued to work from early in the morning until the evening.
The hottest part of the year is between January and April, which is when the demand for ice-cream goes up considerably. Therefore, Juan needs this loan to be ready to buy more products and satisfy the customer demand, which will improve his income.
Juan dreams of having a better home for his family. At the moment, they live in a hut which is protected from dust and water by a nylon sheet, giving them a little bit of privacy. He would like his family to live in more dignified conditions and to be happy.
Juan se ha dedicado a ser empleado por mucho tiempo en su vida, trabajaba en una empresa vendiendo y distribuyendo helados en un camión, pero un día decidió independizarse y empezó a vender helados de forma independiente, pero lo realizaba caminando en las calles, con el tiempo notó que debía moverse más rápido para vender más, así que se compró una motocicleta y de esta manera a mejorado sus ingresos, trabajando desde tempranas horas del día hasta el atardecer.
La época más calurosa del país es entre enero y abril, es en este tiempo donde la demanda de helados crece en gran manera, por lo tanto don Juan; necesita el préstamo para estar preparado para comprar más producto y satisfacer las necesidades de sus clientes y obtener de su parte mayores ingresos.
Don Juan sueña con tener una mejor vivienda para su familia, pues en este momento vive solamente en un ranchito el cual está cubierto solamente con un nylon con el que se protegen del polvo y el agua y obtienen un poco de privacidad; y pues él quiere que su familia viva de una manera digna y feliz.
Previous Loan DetailsJuan is 36 years old. He is married with three children, a 16 year old in the 9th grade, a 12 year old girl in the 5th grade, and the youngest member of the family is six years old. Juan's wife works selling traditional food such as pastries, enchiladas, tostadas (toasted tortillas), etc. Juan... More from Juan Alberto's previous loan »
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